It's one week. Aaron Rodgers is probably not the worst QB in the league.

~That said~ if you are worried about things like accuracy for a QB this season, which is something you should always be concerned with, one week is as good as another to do an analysis.
For instance, my favorite QB is Josh Allen because he is so fun to watch. I love him *hugs*.

But if you want to say his accuracy issues Sunday were because of the o-line I'm not sure that's right. Steelers have a great defense, but the Bills were daring them to stop the pass.
Allen's off target rate was around league average yesterday, but he was inaccurate despite decent protection. Also the Bills more than doubled their rate of 4 WR sets from last year and didn't run nearly as much play action. They need to go back to mashing the easy buttons IMO.

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