"Have a glass of scotch and chill out a little bit [and] watch the film," Rodgers said after the Packers' 30-16 loss at Lambeau Field. "I'm my biggest critic, and I look at this as finely as I look at every other game and improve."
Rodgers, who has discussed his penchant for scotch before, understood the frustration both inside the Packers' locker room and among the Lambeau fans, who booed the offense off the field after another failed series in the second half.
"Look, we're upset, they're upset, it's part of it," Rodgers said. "It's not the first time, probably won't be the last time."
The Packers (3-2) entered Sunday's game with the NFL's 27th-ranked passing game and with Rodgers as the NFL's least accurate passer. He ranked last among all qualified quarterbacks in completion percentage (56.1 percent) coming in.
Despite completing 73.8 percent of his passes Sunday, Rodgers managed only one touchdown drive, and it didn't come until he hit Randall Cobb for a 6-yard touchdown pass with 6:53 left in the game. Before that, the Packers trailed 27-9. He turned the ball over twice (an interception and a lost fumble) and missed several throws.
"The only silver lining is we play again in four days," Rodgers said, referring to Thursday's game against the Chicago Bears. "Hopefully wash this taste out of our mouth pretty quickly."