The Green Bay Packers are riding a four-game losing streak, which has made each of their final six games a virtual must-win scenario.
But with the team staring at the real possibility of not making the playoffs for the first time since 2009, Aaron Rodgers isn't panicking. The Pro Bowl quarterback believes 4-6 Green Bay has shown some real signs of life and could be on the verge of turning around its season.
"I feel like we can run the table, I really do," Rodgers said, via ESPN. "The offense is starting to click a little bit more, we've just got to put together a game where we're more consistent from the first snap to the last. We've been, I think, getting closer to that. We've really been clicking at times in the last few games. But it's going to be important that we get going early. We had three three-and-outs to start the [Washington] game, but overall on the season, we've done a better job of limiting our three-and-outs, we've been sustaining drives pretty well."
The offense might be clicking, but the Packers' defense has been woeful during this current skid. Green Bay has allowed 38.3 points per game during the four-game losing streak while the offense has topped 30 points just once in that span.
Rodgers would rather keep the focus on the Packers' Sunday night matchup against the Eagles. He believes if they can snap this funk, anything is possible.
"You just feel like it just takes one," Rodgers said. "We get one under our belts, things might start rolling for us and we can run the table."