Aaron Rodgers keeps fine tuning his field awareness to cash in on more free plays for the Green Bay Packers. Rodgers says he knows opponents plan for it — but they cannot stop it, as shown in Sunday’s home win against Seattle. Rodgers coaxed the Seahawks’ defense off sides three times with his cadence and speed in getting plays started. He also caught the Seahawks napping while making a substitution, and Seattle got penalized for having 12 men on the field while Rodgers used the free play for a 32 yard touchdown pass to Jordy Nelson. The 1-0 Packer players are off today (Tuesday), and they’ll start practicing tomorrow (Wednesday) for their Sunday night contest at 1-0 Atlanta.