After the Vikings loss, the Super Bowl champion coach yells at Aaron Rodgers for his bad attitude: "It drives me crazy." 

Aaron Rodgers has a problem getting corps after the deficiency of Davante Adams, so he might have a difficult, but the not impossible task ahead this season. 

But he didn't precisely provide his striving partners with a demonstration of positive support during or after their 23-7 misfortune to the Minnesota Vikings Sunday.  

Former lead trainer Sean Payton hated the manner in which Rodgers conducted himself during or after the game. 

"I don't think Aaron played well. … After the game, we go to the meeting in the storage space, and the absolute first inquiry presented to Aaron was tied in with skipping back.  

The play was messy, however, Rodgers said he simply has to chip away at acquiring science with his new teammates. 

"There's a standard I will hold these people to considering the way that I believe in them, yet moreover, there's tirelessness that goes with the guilelessness. 

I think I've figured out how to adjust that. In any case, immediate discussions are the most ideal way. These are great children. 

They truly are. They need to please, they believe should make the best choice, they care about it," Rodgers said Thursday.