CNN  — 

With the reigning Most Valuable Player and arguably the NFL’s best wide receiver on their team, a Super Bowl run is the expectation for the Green Bay Packers this season.

However, their 2021 campaign got off to the worst possible start, being humbled 38-3 by the New Orleans Saints in the opening week of the season.

2020 MVP Aaron Rodgers struggled throughout, throwing two interceptions – he only threw five throughout the entirety of last season – while Saints quarterback Jameis Winston threw for five touchdowns.

Packers head coach Matt LaFleur told the media his team got “absolutely embarrassed,” as well as calling the defeat “humbling.”

While Rodgers admitted that he “played bad,” he stressed to the media that it was “just one game.”