Despite a number of combinations of the five players lined up in front of him on Sunday in Minneapolis, Aaron Rodgers had no trouble carving up the Minnesota Vikings defense. The Green Bay Packers offense had to deal with quite the game of musical chairs on the offensive line due to a trio of injuries, but the unit came together to put up a tremendous performance.

Head coach Matt LaFleur was quick to compliment that group during his Zoom press conference on Monday, complimenting the work of his big uglies up front.

“We knew that it was gonna be very important for us in both the run and the pass game to take care of their front,” LaFleur said. “It was super encouraging to get Rick Wagner in there and Jon Runyan, and to see Elgton (Jenkins) move around.”

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