Aaron Rodgers is taking heat for the Packers’ losing season. Forget 400+ passes without an interception. IMO, Mark Murphy should be taking a lot of that blame. Rodgers is an extraordinary QB, not only for his arm strength and accuracy, but also because he is a master at extending a play. Many of his “miracle” passes have been caught by the few receivers who understand how to get open during the extra time Aaron manufactures. They have developed a special set of skills to complement Rodgers — skills so unusual that neither they nor Aaron can work those miracles alone. The primary player in this Packer generation has been Jordy Nelson. Murphy traded him to save money. The kids who came in behind him haven’t had time to learn what he knew. The only other Aaron twin is Randall Cobb, who spent most of the year on IR. Adams and the other Rodgers are coming along but they are not there yet. So, management decides to make the Packers a running team. When that doesn’t work, Murphy fires McCarthy. When that doesn’t work, they start blaming Rodgers. IMO, they should start at the top!