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Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was sacked five times in Sunday's 37-34 loss to the Vikings.

A reporter also pointed out to Rodgers that he was only 5-of-13 while facing the Vikings' blitz.

His response, with a grin: "If they want to keep blitzing, go ahead."

In other words, the former MVP didn't look or sound too worried about it heading into Saturday's playoff showdown against the Vikings.

His Sunday passing totals at Mall of America Field were a robust 28-of-40 for 365 yards and four touchdowns.

"We had some success there," he said.

Rodgers wasn't entirely smug. He did compliment Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder, saying "he made some big time throws."

To see Rodgers' comments in their entirety, via Packers.com, CLICK HERE

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