Green Bay- Last year the Packers were 4-6 after ten games. This year they're 5-5. The biggest difference is the absence of quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He broke his right collarbone October 15, and the Packers have turned things over to Brett Hundley. Hundley's 1-3 in his four starts, throwing 2 touchdowns and 7 interceptions.
Despite the Packers' struggles, Hundley has hope that things will turn around. He said he learned that by taking notes from Rodgers.
"Those are the things you watch as the back-up quarterback. In those type of situations, how do you react? How do you handle it? Do you walk around with your head down, or do you just take in on the chin and keep rolling? Football isn't always perfect. It's never going to be perfect," Hundley said. "No team in the league is undefeated right now. You gotta just bounce back and fight back. We still have an opportunity to do something. We just- it becomes urgent."
The Packers travel to Pittsburgh for a date with the Steelers on Sunday Night Football.
Rodgers is eligible to return December 17th at Carolina.