Green Bay Grapevine with Mark Daniels on the Jay Weber Show

It was a monster opening day to the NFL season for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers' offense, as Rodgers threw four touchdowns and the Packers rolled up 522 yards against the Minnesota Vikings in Sunday's 43-34 win.

Rodgers, who threw two touchdowns to Davante Adams, credited the hard work of his receivers for putting in the work for the team's success.

One of the keys that Rodgers cited to the victory was time of possession, in which the Packers held a 3:1 advantage at one point before settling for about a 2:1 ratio at game's end.

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