EDGE AnalysisRodgers put on an outstanding performance in defeat, remaining mistake-free and firing a pair of particularly impressive touchdown passes to Robert Tonyan and Aaron Jones. The All-Pro signal-caller was in vintage form on the former, scrambling around and buying time before flinging a pass across the field over 50 yards for the score. Rodgers lost tight end Jimmy Graham during the contest due to a thumb injury, and he came up empty on what would turn out to be the Packers' final drive with a third-down incompletion with 4:23 remaining. Rodgers' 70.0 percent completion rate was his best since Week 2, while his yardage total qualified as his first over 300 since Week 6. The multi-time Pro Bowler will look to put this disappointing loss aside in Week 12 in a key divisional clash against the Vikings.