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Packers disappointed with red zone performance

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- As good as Aaron Rodgers has been for the Green Bay Packers this year, he could have been better in Sunday's overtime loss in Tennessee -- especially in the red zone.

  And Rodgers is the first to admit it.

  He says the defense played well enough for the Packers to win, he just didn't make enough plays.

  Rodgers has played well enough in his first year as a starter to receiver a contract extension through the 2014 season.

  He put up some impressive numbers against the Titans, completing 22 of 41 passes for 314 yards and a touchdown.

  But Rodgers also was responsible for a pair of turnovers, a fumble and an interception, and he couldn't get the offense to finish their drives.

  In four trips inside the Titans' 20-yard line, the Packers came away with only one touchdown and three field goals.

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