GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers knew the questions would come his way on Wednesday.How does he bounce back after a poor game? How much better should he be playing? What share of the blame does he deserve for the offensive struggles? Is there too much scrutiny on the two-time NFL MVP? And on and on it went as the Green Bay Packers quarterback stood in front of his locker for his regular weekly session with reporters.No offense, but you guys are predictable, Rodgers said. We knew when we came in here -- and I knew I had this on Wednesday -- I knew what the line of questioning was going to be. You guys got a job to do. You scrutinize, you analyze and you make opinions based on how you feel a team is progressing or not progressing or playing. And we appreciate that. But inside, we dont think the same way that you guys think. We dont approach our job and scrutinize the same way. Now were very honest about our performance and about the way were playing and about what weve got to do, but we dont worry about the outside opinions.When asked for his view from the inside, Rodgers said: Im not going to because thats an inside-the-locker room opinion, and there needs to be a separation between what you guys think about us and what we feel about ourselves. Because our expectations and our opinions of each other and the offense is way more important than your opinion of us. To us.So where does that leave Rodgers and the 29th-ranked offense in the NFL after two games?Earlier on Wednesday, coach Mike McCarthy expressed unwavering support of his quarterback, who uncharacteristically ranks near the bottom of the NFL in completion percentage (30th), yards per attempt (31st) and passer rating (21st).?His work ethic is at the top of his career, the time he spends in his facility, with his coaches and his teammates, so from that, its a process, McCarthy said. Well all stick to the process and from that well all have success.Rodgers, the NFLs career leader in passing rating (103.8), hasnt had a game with a 100 rating since Week 6 of last season, and he hasnt had a 300-yard game since last Nov. 15 against the Detroit Lions, who come to Lambeau Field on Sunday.Weve set a standard for so long -- myself, our team -- of playing at such a high level that when we have a couple of disappointing performances, we know whats coming, Rodgers said. Now we would love to get back out there and dominate and have this thing turn around, but we know if we go on a run and we lose a game and play poorly, its going to be right back in the same position. This is part of the game that were prepared for. This is the game within the game, just talking to you guys and giving you guys something you guys can use. We appreciate what you do, but were not ultimately judged or worried about your opinions of us and your scrutiny of us.Rodgers admitted that he needs to play better.I know Ive got to play better, and I will, he said.And he indicated that the biggest issue might be his timing with the receivers and the offensive line.The West coast offense is all about timing, and if your timing is even just a little bit off, youre going to be miles off at times with your connection points, Rodgers said. Weve been working on that throughout training camp and the regular season, but its a little different when its live out there and things are a little bit off based on coverage or protection or anything else that could mix up the timing in our offense. So weve got to get back to finding ways to throw it on time. 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And perhaps the worst part for other Big Ten teams is this: The Indiana Hoosiers can feature the biggest back in their heavy package for another 3+ seasons.I think sometimes the uniqueness of what he does makes it cooler than it really is, coach Kevin Wilson said. Hes a freshman, hes a young kid. Hes got a chance to be a good player if he keeps working hard.At the moment it appears, Natee could be the next big thing -- literally -- in a program that already has churned out three NFL running backs in three years.To Wilson, the only surprise is that nobody else locked up this hidden gem first.Wilson said he found out about Natee during a recruiting trip to Texas last year after asking high school coaches about anyone they thought had been overlooked in the recruiting process. When Natees name came up more than once, Wilson took a peek.It was then Wilson decided he could use the wildcat quarterback in short-yardage and goal-line situations. But when Natee arrived on campus, the Hoosiers quickly discovered he could do other things, too.At practice, you cant go low on him. Hes a load, linebacker Marcus Oliver said. If you go up top with him, you arent taking him down.Still, it seemed the guy nicknamed Big Bacon by his college teammates would find himself buried on the depth chart behind 1,000-yard runner Devine Redding and a host of others. 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