Aaron Rodgers insists that the Packers will be better in 2012 despite posting a 15-1 record last season. "We're going to be a better team this year," said Rodgers. "We're going to play better. We'll be better up front [on defense], I think. Different attitude, I think. We brought in some guys with some nasty to them." Green Bay was eliminated by New York in the divisional round of the playoffs. "I think there was a little bit of some too-comfortable mentality," Rodgers said. "One of the things that winning does is it masks some of the issues you might have. When you have a real successful season, the little things get swept under the rug and the big things become little things. It's hard to knock a team on energy and enthusiasm and effort when you're still going out and winning. But it can catch up to you at some point, and it did with us."
Rodgers Expects Packers To Be Better In 2012