For quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the rest of the Green Bay Packers' offense, the first quarter of their playoff game Sunday looked quite similar to the stagnant way their regular season wound down.
Not a lot of progress. Not a lot of points. Not a lot of fun.
Rodgers opened the NFC wild-card game against the Washington Redskins by going one for eight, and the Packers' first four drives went punt, safety, punt, punt. They gained 11 yards heading into the second quarter and trailed by double digits.
And then, spurred by the hurry-up approach he loves, Rodgers threw for two touchdowns, and Eddie Lacy and James Starks each ran for a touchdown, and Green Bay rallied for a...