After his team's offense sputtered out of the gate to start the 2016 NFL season, the Aaron Rodgers doubters came out in full force.
The Green Bay Packers' quarterback silenced those doubters on Sunday, as the veteran quarterback threw four touchdown passes in the first half and the Packers held off the Detroit Lions for a 34-27 win Sunday.
Rodgers was 15 of 24, leading the Packers to touchdowns on their first three series. Nelson had 101 yards on six catches and two touchdowns, returning to the form that made him one of the NFL's best receivers before missing the 2015 season with a torn ACL.
Packers' running back Eddie Lacy finished with 103 yards on 17 carries, as Rodgers burned the Lions secondary with big plays downfield.
This was certainly a step in the right direction for an offense that has received a ton of criticism to begin the season.
Source: The Football Feed · Photo Credit: Images Courtesy of Keystone Press