LANDOVER, Md. — Aaron Rodgers did a jig after his first touchdown pass. Later, he was smiling and nodding and thrusting both arms overhead.
And why not? He has a lot more fun when his offense is balanced — and the Green Bay Packers score seemingly at will.
Spurred by a bit of hurry-up, and a bunch of running, the wild card Packers got going after a rough start Sunday, with Rodgers throwing for a pair of TDs while Eddie Lacy and James Starks each rushed for a score, and Green Bay beat the NFC East champion Washington Redskins 35-18 to reach the divisional round.
Rodgers opened 1 for 8, and the Packers' first four drives ended this way: punt, safety, punt,...