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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

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    FAVRE 2.0!

    Weíre 9 months from a dick pick!!




    Maybe he'll be accused of fraud too!

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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

    What is it about Green Bay QBs being total dicks lol
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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

    Has there been something published at some point that Rodgers wants to play with Hackett?

    This was the thought behind the Broncos hiring Hackett and that didnít really work. Why would it work with the Jets?

    I mean I guess itís possible but it doesnít seem likely to me. Then what do the Packers do? Do they Jordan Love it for a year or do they go elsewhere? Love wasnít awful last year but is there enough evidence to give him or not give him the job on his own?


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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

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    Has there been something published at some point that Rodgers wants to play with Hackett?

    This was the thought behind the Broncos hiring Hackett and that didn’t really work. Why would it work with the Jets?

    I mean I guess it’s possible but it doesn’t seem likely to me. Then what do the Packers do? Do they Jordan Love it for a year or do they go elsewhere? Love wasn’t awful last year but is there enough evidence to give him or not give him the job on his own?
    Rodgers doesn't really like Lafluer. Or at least he doesn't really like Lafluer's offense. This is because Rodgers is an egocentric moron who refuses to realize and acknowledge his increasing limitations.

    It was thought that Hackett was his best friend and buffer between the two. Rodgers wants to run the offense his way - no under center, less runs, less RPOs, etc. That is what Hackett is believed to want as well.

    I think the Packers would retain Love (for reasons no one but them understands) and likely make the decision to try and "bring in an established veteran to help us win". Then in 2 seasons, everyone will be fired and they will be trying to draft a QB. Should be fun.

    I think Rodgers forces his way out.

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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

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    I think Sauce Gardner and Garrett Wilson show up in a black SUV to pick up Rodgers at the airport?



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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

    Quote Originally Posted by Mojouw View Post
    Rodgers doesn't really like Lafluer. Or at least he doesn't really like Lafluer's offense. This is because Rodgers is an egocentric moron who refuses to realize and acknowledge his increasing limitations.

    It was thought that Hackett was his best friend and buffer between the two. Rodgers wants to run the offense his way - no under center, less runs, less RPOs, etc. That is what Hackett is believed to want as well.

    I think the Packers would retain Love (for reasons no one but them understands) and likely make the decision to try and "bring in an established veteran to help us win". Then in 2 seasons, everyone will be fired and they will be trying to draft a QB. Should be fun.

    I think Rodgers forces his way out.
    I canít find anything that officially states that Rodgers wants to play with Hackett. I mean you can connect all the dots because they are glaringly there but they were there last season with the Broncos and that didnít entice Rodgers. Rodgers as a player was a pretty good fit there before Hackett was hiredÖbut Iím just not feeling the fit there. It doesnít seem like a Rodgers placeÖ


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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

    Quote Originally Posted by 86WARD View Post
    I canít find anything that officially states that Rodgers wants to play with Hackett. I mean you can connect all the dots because they are glaringly there but they were there last season with the Broncos and that didnít entice Rodgers. Rodgers as a player was a pretty good fit there before Hackett was hiredÖbut Iím just not feeling the fit there. It doesnít seem like a Rodgers placeÖ
    I agree. It is just speculation. I still think he wants out but isnít willing to really burn it all down to make it happen.


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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

    I hate the Kenny Pickett Selection , but he is a Steeler now so hope he turns out great

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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

    Best proof there is of how hard it is to win a Superbowl. Packers have had a franchise QB's for better part 30 years and they won only two.

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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

    Its looking like the Packers did us a favor when they resigned him.

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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

    Quote Originally Posted by oneforthetoe View Post
    Best proof there is of how hard it is to win a Superbowl. Packers have had a franchise QB's for better part 30 years and they won only two.
    And only 3 super bowl apparence....The chiefs have 3 in 5 years with Mahomes!

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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

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    And only 3 super bowl apparence....The chiefs have 3 in 5 years with Mahomes!
    Impressive Chiefs. I wonder though how many they will win? Always seems when a new super team arrives with a franchise QB they will win every year. But, outside Brady and the Empire, teams just never live up to the hype. Too many factors just get in way.
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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

    Quote Originally Posted by oneforthetoe View Post
    Impressive Chiefs. I wonder though how many they will win? Always seems when a new super team arrives with a franchise QB they will win every year. But, outside Brady and the Empire, teams just never live up to the hype. Too many factors just get in way.
    Mahomes is a generational talent. Barring injury we will be seeing a lot of him deep into the playoffs
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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

    Is it out of the question that the 49ers could trade picks and Lance to Green Bay for Rodgers? Picks 99, 100 and Lance for Rodgers?


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    Re: Aaron Rodgers had some strong words today talking about the Packers' struggles

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