If Aaron Rodgers was skittish about his playoff debut with Matt LaFleur at the helm, or worn down from a long season of inconsistent offense, you wouldn't know it from his work on Sunday night's first drive. On a 3rd and 7 (of COURSE Rodgers took advantage of a 3rd down), Rodgers hit Davante Adams as he separated himself from the pack down the left sideline. Swiftly, it's 7-0.
And boy did the Pack get LUCKY on that extra point attempt.
Rodgers needs to keep it rolling, but if he's able to efficiently carve through the Seattle defense like that a few more times, it'll only take a few nicely-timed Smith Brothers rushes to keep control of this contest.