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With the Green Bay defense failing to lay a hand on 49ers running back Raheem Mostert for much of the first half and the Aaron Rodgers-led offense committing two turnovers and failing to convert a third down yet again during a scoreless first 30 minutes, the Packers dug themselves a 27-0 halftime deficit on their way to a demoralizing 37-20 loss.
In the end, the message was clear. The Packers made great strides this season under first-year coach Matt LaFleur and showed they can compete with every other team in the NFC, but they're not in the 49ers' league. Not yet, anyway.
Aaron Rodgers doesn’t know how many more years he has left, and he doesn’t know how many more times he’ll be within one victory of the Super Bowl. But the Packers' 36-year-old, two-time NFL MVP quarterback does know this: The 2019 season meant a lot to him.