Short of praying, here's what the Jets have to do to slow down Aaron Rodgers and the Packers

“As a pass rusher, it’s hard because he always seems to feel pressure and wiggle out of bad situations,” defensive lineman Henry Anderson said of Rodgers. “He always seems to know where the gap is in the pass rush and steps up into the hole. He always buys a ton of time in the pocket. So, we just got to stay after him up front. The rush and coverage have to do a good job of working together this week.”

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