Aaron Rodgers has a warning for his teammates following the Packers' close win over the New England Patriots on Sunday.
Green Bay got the 27-24 victory over the Patriots, but it was close. Rodgers and Co. almost lost to third-string quarterback Bailey Zappe, who took over for the injured Brian Hoyer.
Rodgers isn't getting too excited about the win. After all, they were playing at home against a third-string quarterback.
"You can't be 2-2 losing to a third-string quarterback and not playing great in all three phases, so we had to have this one," Rodgers said, via The Spun. "That doesn't take anything away from the joy of winning, but this was one we had to have."
Rodgers also doesn't think how the Packers are winning football games is very sustainable.
"This way of winning, I don't think, is sustainable because it puts too much pressure on our defense," Rodgers said. "And obviously, I've got to play better and will play better."
Aaron Rodgers are 2-2 coming off a big win over the Patriots.
However, Green Bay still has plenty of work to do.