Dunno if I agree with that. The guy looked razor sharp considering it was his First Dance. I recall two passes that were "off." 'Prolly woulda thrown for close to 400 if his WRs didn't lose sight of the ball in all the flashbulbs.
For a little while in the 3rd Qtr, Rodgers looked a little shaky. Other than that, he was spot-on. Steelers hit him 18 times and he was still throwing bullets. The few times when we actually had good coverage he put it right on the money. TD to Jennings went just beyond Clark's hands, and Gay actually had decent position on the score to Nelson.
One thing I will say for the DBs: On several of the drops, they got a hand in the way just enough to possibly obstruct the view of the WR. Didn't come close to hitting the ball, but maybe provided just enough of an obstruction to break concentration. Still doesn't justify the overall piss-poor play of the secondary; and the piss-poor play of the secondary is best explained by a stud group of WRs and a stud QB.
Rodgers is one of the few guys in the league that I would trade Big Ben to get. Dude can flat-out play, and he's got all the tools he needs to have a very bright future.