“If there is anyone who can, it will be him,” replied Getsy. “Personally, that’s my feeling with him.”
Rodgers and Coaches spent the entire 2020 offseason fixing the offense via Zoom, but working through a game plan for a specific opponent like they would this week isn’t exactly the same process.
“I think[that experience]absolutely helps, just making sure the communication is on point about what we’re calling, what we’re trying to attack, and how we want to get there and execute it.” ,” LaFleur said. “He is always involved (in the weekly game-planning). It’s a big part of our process in terms of how we plan the game. And that won’t change this week. “
That said, Rodgers has always been a big believer in the value of practice, and it is during those sessions that he often works through the small details of the game plan on the practice field with his wide receivers, tight ends, running backs and offensive linemen. Make sure they are on the same page for different situations that may come up.
“I think that’s a challenge at all, because I know there are times where he’ll have a conversation with some receiver or someone,” Lafleur said. “It could be about how he expects a certain path to be walked. But I think the communication will be pretty clear. We’ll make sure he’s involved in everything we do.”