The Green Bay Packers hadn’t lost in nearly a calendar year. It’s no surprise that they seemed a little stunned after losing to the woeful Chiefs on Sunday.
Just don’t try to tell the Packers that a loss was somehow a good thing.
“You always want to make history,” cornerback Tramon Williams said via Pete Doughtery of the Green Bay Press-Gazette. “We didn’t get a chance to do that, it’s over. I’d like to say it’s a relief, but it’s not. It’s not a relief.”
Charles Woodson said he was “a little disappointed. . . . That’s a special thing when you can do something like that and to have an opportunity to be that close to it. But it’s over. Now you have to refocus on winning the next game and moving on from this one.”
Aaron Rodgers tried to focus on the positive. And that doesn’t simply include the fact the team faces the slumping Bears next week.