NFL Week 9 scores: Ravens earn an ‘A-‘ for beating the Saints, Packers get a ‘D’ for Aaron Rodgers’ collapse

The Hazmons spent some serious time trying to add a receiver in the NFL’s trading deadline, but perhaps they should have looked for a new quarterback.

In what is probably remembered as One of the worst matches of his career, Aaron Rodgers had a crash Sunday with three interceptions during Green Bay’s stunning 15-9 loss to the Lions. It wasn’t necessarily shocking that he lost the packet, but it was shocking How They lost: They simply couldn’t score points while facing one of the worst defenses in the NFL.

Entering the ninth week, the Lions gave up averaging 32.1 points per game, which was the worst in the league at more than five points. If the Packers are going to fix their offensive problems against anyone, Lions look like a good candidate. However, it didn’t happen, and it didn’t happen because of Rodgers, who made several mistakes that were completely uncharacteristic of him.

Rodgers has thrown two of his three interceptions inside the red zone, marking the first time in his career that he has thrown multiple red-zone picks in the same game. Two were intercepted in the end zone, with Rodgers’ apparent foul. The first time, coming on the first and goal of Detroit’s 5-yard line, Rodgers threw the ball low and bounced off a defender’s helmet before it was caught by Kirby Joseph.

The selection of the next red zone came on the next possession. In a fourth and 1 goal for Detroit, the Packers had a perfect play called: offensive lineman David Bakhtiari was qualified to pass a pass and was wide open, but Rodgers led and Aidan Hutchinson was able to come up with a pick.

This is usually what Rodgers could do in his sleep, but the 2022 edition of Rodgers was not accurate.

Then Rodgers hit the interception when he threw his third pick of the day in a low game in the third quarter.

There were also a few other throws where it looked like the Packers might be able to get a big play, but Rodgers just didn’t put enough on it.

Rodgers actually threw for 291 yards and landed, but he made a lot of mistakes, something he never did against his top-tier rivals. This game was the first time since 2013 that he had thrown multiple interceptions against a first-class opponent.

At 3-6, the Packers season isn’t over, but it’s hard to see them bounce back the way they did. They have now lost five games in a row and their season appears to be spiraling out of control.

Well, let’s get to the scores for each game starting in Week 9. If you’re looking for a deeper look into the Eagles’ victory over Texas played on Thursday, Make sure to click here.

Baltimore 27-13 over New Orleans

Ravens-Saints by John Brick (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Detroit 9-15 above Green Bay

Packers in the Classes of the Lions by John Brick (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

LA 20-17 Chargers Over Atlanta

Chargers in Degrees of Falcons by John Brick (Do you love degrees? Hate degrees? Let him know on Twitter.)

Jacksonville 27-20 over Las Vegas

Raiders in Jaguar Score by John Brick (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Cincinnati 42-21 over Carolina

Panthers in the Bengals Score by John Breech (Love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

New York Jets 20-17 over Buffalo

Score Bills-Jets by Bryan DeArdo (Love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

New England 26-3 Indianapolis

Colts-Patriots Score by John Breech (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Minnesota 20-17 over Washington

Jordan Dajani’s Viking Leader Grades (Love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Miami 35-32 over Chicago

Degrees of Dolphins-Bears by Garrett Bodell (Do you love degrees? Hate degrees? Let him know on Twitter.)

Tampa Bay 16-13 over the Los Angeles Rams

Rams-Buccaneers Grades by Cody Benjamin (Love Grades? Hate Grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Seattle 31-21 over Arizona

Seahawks grades by Jeff Kerr (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

Kansas City 20-17 over Tennessee (OT)

Titans-Chiefs Score by John Breech (Do you love grades? Hate grades? Let him know on Twitter.)

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