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Aaron Rodgers says knee feels great

in the NFC Divisional Playoff Game at University of Phoenix Stadium on January 16, 2016 in Glendale, Arizona. Getty Images

We suggested last week that Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers must be recovering well from arthroscopic surgery on his knee because he was scheduled to play in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am this weekend.

Rodgers confirmed as much after completing a round with PGA Tour pro Jerry Kelly when he said his knee is feeling well less than a month after having the procedure.

“It was just good to be out there walking normally,” Rodgers said, via the Green Bay Press-Gazette. “It feels great. It’s nice to not have any clunking around or anything, so it was good.”

Rodgers said the surgery was done to clean up an old injury and that there wasn’t a specific “moment” that he hurt it before the Packers season came to an end with a 26-20 overtime loss to the Cardinals in the playoffs. Rodgers had knee surgery while in college, but hasn’t had issues in that area as a pro and appears to be on track for a normal offseason of work despite last month’s scope.

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  1. jhein23 says: Feb 14, 2016 10:26 AM

    He did get hit a lot this season. I hope they can add a TE who can run & break tackles, that along with return of Jordy would really help the offense. But I have a gut feeling most of the draft picks are going to be used on Defensive front 7 guys with some offensive linemen sprinkled in.

  2. cinzano08 says: Feb 14, 2016 10:41 AM

    Hines ward in the hall of fame? Now that’s comical. Unless Rooney demands he get in it will never happen. This guy was not anything special.

  3. babyjunkie says: Feb 14, 2016 10:41 AM

    But how greatly does he feel aboot his coach?

  4. ad28bestever says: Feb 14, 2016 10:52 AM

    To bad he can’t say the same about that over inflated ego.

  5. revelation123 says: Feb 14, 2016 11:07 AM

    Amazingly talented QB.

  6. xavier179 says: Feb 14, 2016 11:08 AM

    Glad your knee feels better, next up is that arrogant attitude to work on.

  7. igocommando says: Feb 14, 2016 11:08 AM

    I reckon that’s why his accuracy was so horrible this past season.

  8. boomboombrown says: Feb 14, 2016 11:14 AM

    Although his teammates are still suffering from being thrown under the bus!

  9. wafflestomp says: Feb 14, 2016 11:43 AM

    …….and all of the jealousy rears its ugly head once again.
    Aaron Rodgers must be doing something right to cause such anger and disdain among the masses.
    skoLOL!

  10. Wisconsin's Favorite Son Jeffrey Be Dahmed says: Feb 14, 2016 11:44 AM

    Did he have any work done on his face mask?

  11. Wisconsin's Favorite Son Jeffrey Be Dahmed says: Feb 14, 2016 11:45 AM

    As long as he can throw for more than 77 yards we’ll be all right.

  12. greenbaychicksarefat says: Feb 14, 2016 11:46 AM

    Sally

  13. hbudgess says: Feb 14, 2016 11:48 AM

    Hope his knee is ready to go next September,as I love the rivalry with the Vikes! The pack has had the better of it the last number of years but times are a changing!! Aaron is still a dam good QB.

  14. ninefingers9 says: Feb 14, 2016 11:49 AM

    “Aaron Rodgers says knee feels great”

    “Unfortunately”, says Rodgers…”I cant say the same thing about my receiving core or offensive line, not to mention my coaching staff.”

  15. Rolo Tomassi says: Feb 14, 2016 11:52 AM

    Knee pads

  16. minnescrotums says: Feb 14, 2016 12:02 PM

    I’m just so glad we have a guy that can throw it more than 15 yards accurately.

    Unlike Minnesota.

  17. hodag54501 says: Feb 14, 2016 12:13 PM

    Olivia: “You’re not going to the Pro Bowl! McCarthy’s going to be there and I’m tired of being around fat, sweaty, hairy or bald men” who eat cheese all day.”
    Aaron: “Yes dear”.
    Olivia: What could be done so you don’t go?”
    Aaron: “I could fake an injury, but I won’t.”
    Olivia: “To hell you won’t!(Kicks him in the knee)
    Aaron: “That’s my bad knee”
    Olivia: “Now you have an excuse”.
    Aaron: ‘You’re always right, dear”.
    Olivia: “I know”.

  18. whatjusthapped says: Feb 14, 2016 12:14 PM

    I could see why the Viking trolls are out in force, Green Bay’s record, and Rodgers had a lot to do with it, is 10-2-1 in the last 13 games vs. the Vikings. When you get spanked and spanked hard over the last 7 seasons, it tends to block your objectivity.

  19. pkrlvr says: Feb 14, 2016 12:20 PM

    Holy cow someone’s bored to type all those quotes and whatnot just to troll…

    Everyone of you wishes Rodgers was your qb and you know it. Reading trash talk from fans of the noodle arm is surreal.

  20. tqaztec says: Feb 14, 2016 12:25 PM

    Constantly losing in the playoffs saves some wear and tear on those knees. He’said done.

  21. ariani1985 says: Feb 14, 2016 12:26 PM

    How does he feel about losing to Arizona in the playoffs yet again?

  22. filthymcnasty3 says: Feb 14, 2016 12:26 PM

    Green Bay is so blessed to have yet another HOF caliber QB. I feel fortunate as a fan to have the Packers in the mix every year for winning it all. Our team has skillfully been able to be able to produce HOF QB’s seemingly at will, as some hapless and tasteless teams never can seem to find a real QB. It’s no wonder they all want to be like us – successful in football, and successful in life.

    It truly is better football.

    For better people.

  23. h0metownzero says: Feb 14, 2016 12:29 PM

    The Viking peasants are raging especially hard today.

  24. tokyosandblaster says: Feb 14, 2016 12:31 PM

    You know, it’s funny….. On a bum knee, off balance, running to his left, Aaron Rodgers can throw a ball three times farther and 10 times more accurately than Teddy.

    Then again, I guess when you realize which team had the second worse passing attack in the league, it makes more sense.

    Wide left. 0-4 Division championships from the 70s aren’t more impressive than 13 championships. The Vikings have more playoff losses than any other team.

    >

  25. pkrlvr says: Feb 14, 2016 12:35 PM

    You’d think fans of a team that hasn’t won a playoff game since 2009 wouldn’t be talking about our playoff record….but here we are.

  26. igocommando says: Feb 14, 2016 12:48 PM

    tokyosandblaster says:
    Feb 14, 2016 12:31 PM

    You know, it’s funny….. On a bum knee, off balance, running to his left, Aaron Rodgers can throw a ball three times farther and 10 times more accurately than Teddy.
    ———
    Interesting. I guess when Aaron is healthy,balanced, and running to his right, he is amazingly bad. Overall this past season, Teddy had a higher completion percentage as well as a higher yard per attempt.

  27. minneanderthals says: Feb 14, 2016 12:56 PM

    All that to go along with the 31st ranked passing attack? Hey, top 100!

  28. ariani1985 says: Feb 14, 2016 12:57 PM

    I see Big John Football competing for a starting spot in green Bay next year! Heard it here first folks!

  29. stellarperformance says: Feb 14, 2016 1:01 PM

    The Vikings have lost more often in the postseason than any other team in the history of the NFL, including pre-merger teams. Yet, their fans deem it necessary to tell us what is wrong with the Packers. Misplaced logic never stopped them before.

  30. ariani1985 says: Feb 14, 2016 1:11 PM

    See the packer trolls are out in full swing today!

  31. slitey24 says: Feb 14, 2016 1:17 PM

    It blows my mind how ridiculous Viking fans sound at times. Do they have a young, good, upcoming team? Yes, and it should make for good future battles with the Pack. But it astounds me that they could make such ignorant comments. Do they not understand that they were able to finally win the division, by 1 game, on the last week of the regular season, with the Packers not having Jordy Nelson (yes, it was that way the whole season, but just putting into perspective), an Aaron Rodgers who was having his “worst” season in years (who we find out had a knee injury that was clearly disrupting his play), an extremely banged up O-line, and a receiving core who had a case of the dropsies all season long. Throw in the idea that Teddy had his “breakout season,” AP won the rushing title, and they had a dominant defense….and still took until Week 17 to squeak out a division title? I think any objective fan knows that with a healthy A Rodg next year, Jordy back, a somewhat healthy O-line, and a defense that is finally catching up to the offense, the Packers will win the division handily, and will be a force come playoff time.

  32. stellarperformance says: Feb 14, 2016 1:18 PM

    igocommando says:
    Feb 14, 2016 12:48 PM
    Overall this past season, Teddy had a higher completion percentage as well as a higher yard per attempt.
    ///////////////////////////////////////

    Wow, that’s great! I guess that means if both Rodgers and Bridgewater were available to any team seeking a quarterback, they’d be quick to take Bridgewater over Rodgers. Am I right?

  33. contra74 says: Feb 14, 2016 1:44 PM

    usdcoyotesfan says:
    Nov 8, 2015 5:07 PM
    I sure hope Bridgewater’s injury is serious. After all, you Viking fans were overjoyed when Rodgers went down with a broken collarbone, so we Packer fans allowed to be happy about Bridgewater’s injury.
    —–
    I am glad to hear that Aaron Rodgers is feeling great.

  34. contra74 says: Feb 14, 2016 1:45 PM

    stellarperformance says:
    Feb 14, 2016 1:18 PM
    igocommando says:
    Feb 14, 2016 12:48 PM
    Overall this past season, Teddy had a higher completion percentage as well as a higher yard per attempt.
    ///////////////////////////////////////

    Wow, that’s great! I guess that means if both Rodgers and Bridgewater were available to any team seeking a quarterback, they’d be quick to take Bridgewater over Rodgers. Am I right?
    —–
    If it was a package deal that included both Rodgers and Nelson then I’d take the package.

    If it was just Rodgers alone then I’d take Bridgewater.

  35. contra74 says: Feb 14, 2016 1:50 PM

    whatjusthapped says:
    Feb 14, 2016 12:14 PM
    I could see why the Viking trolls are out in force, Green Bay’s record, and Rodgers had a lot to do with it, is 10-2-1 in the last 13 games vs. the Vikings. When you get spanked and spanked hard over the last 7 seasons, it tends to block your objectivity.
    —–
    So now we know the effect that decades of bottom dwelling in the past did to today’s older packer fans. All lost their mind!

  36. cheeseisfattening says: Feb 14, 2016 1:55 PM

    This is great news for Green Bay for when Rodgers decides it is time to “flip the switch” and show up to play. Packer fans, how many games to you think Rodgers will give an all out effort for this year?

  37. stellarperformance says: Feb 14, 2016 2:04 PM

    contra74 says:
    Feb 14, 2016 1:45 PM
    If it was just Rodgers alone then I’d take Bridgewater.
    ///////////////////////////////////

    You are in a vast minority on that one. I’d like to ask why, but I think it is reasonable to assume you’re looking through purple colored glasses. Good enough.

  38. dwhcic says: Feb 14, 2016 2:12 PM

    He’s done. Scared, too worried about his gf and doing commercials. He hates Wisconsin so much. Luckily that stuff never gets printed!

  39. contra74 says: Feb 14, 2016 2:16 PM

    stellarperformance says:
    Feb 14, 2016 2:04 PM
    contra74 says:
    Feb 14, 2016 1:45 PM
    If it was just Rodgers alone then I’d take Bridgewater.
    ///////////////////////////////////

    You are in a vast minority on that one. I’d like to ask why, but I think it is reasonable to assume you’re looking through purple colored glasses. Good enough.
    —-
    Here are my reasons without any bias.

    1) Rodgers is at the end of his career whereas Teddy has shined in just two years with huge potential upswing. More years with Teddy than with Aaron.

    2) With the loss of Nelson it was clear that Aaron cannot succeed without stellar WRs. He doesn’t make the WR, the WR makes him. Teddy was able to succeed and win with mediocre WRs. Diggs is excellent but not anywhere near Nelson, yet.

    3) it’s only been 2 years with teddy but he hasn’t thrown any of his teammates under the bus and isn’t considered a diva QB. Aaron has. That attitude is just not welcome in any locker room.

  40. minnescrotums says: Feb 14, 2016 2:18 PM

    Anyone else think it’s curious that whenever Contra shows up, so does cheeseisfattening?

    Same person? you decide.

  41. cheeseisfattening says: Feb 14, 2016 2:24 PM

    Now that his knee is fixed Rodgers will be all set to cry about each coin toss Green Bay does not win next year.

    Remember when Green Bay does not win a coin toss it is not because of chance, it is because the refs did not give Rodgers a chance to change his choice right before the flip.

  42. codythao35 says: Feb 14, 2016 2:37 PM

    Soft

  43. golforepar says: Feb 14, 2016 3:07 PM

    Contra, A long post?? Why all Packers know your nonsense and saw your name and moved on. How was the parade for winning the division?? #wideleft

  44. brettfavreisapacker4ever says: Feb 14, 2016 3:15 PM

    My Personal Favorite Viking Troll line is
    “ONE AND DONE” which they have used on the Packers for years. So what does their team do after finally getting into the playoffs ? ONE AND DONE !!!!! SKOL !!!

  45. tdubdizzle says: Feb 14, 2016 3:16 PM

    hodag54501-

    Something tells me thats more like your relationship without the accolades.

  46. ariani1985 says: Feb 14, 2016 3:46 PM

    Who is going to be the first troll to bring up the facts that little erin Rogers has never won an OT game? Oppps, guess it was me!

  47. jimmysee says: Feb 14, 2016 4:01 PM

    so — R-E-L-A-X everyone!

  48. shaggytoodle says: Feb 14, 2016 4:17 PM

    contra74 says:
    Feb 14, 2016 2:16 PM
    1) Rodgers is at the end of his career whereas Teddy has shined in just two years with huge potential upswing. More years with Teddy than with Aaron.
    2) With the loss of Nelson it was clear that Aaron cannot succeed without stellar WRs. He doesn’t make the WR, the WR makes him. Teddy was able to succeed and win with mediocre WRs. Diggs is excellent but not anywhere near Nelson, yet.
    3) it’s only been 2 years with teddy but he hasn’t thrown any of his teammates under the bus and isn’t considered a diva QB. Aaron has. That attitude is just not welcome in any locker room.
    ___________________________

    1, QBs are now playing longer than ever, Palmer is 36, Brady is 38 Brees is 37, and Peyton Manning will be 40 next month, and those are players that had torn ACLs bad shoulders and Neck Surgery…. as someone whom is so concerned how disapointed where you when the VIkings went and begged Favre to play late in his career? You are HOPING that Theodore reaches his potential he still has a lot to do, one of hte Vikings fans compared him to a Chad Pennington so I see him landing somewhere between Quincy Carter and a mobile Chad Pennington if things go well.

    2. Nelson was one of the elite WRs in the league, and while Rodgers did miss him any who has a top 5 WR is going to miss having a luxury as such, you can not deny that the WRs let him down with failing to create space and numerous drops. Theodore was able to help the team succeed mostly with marignal WRs because they took the ball out of his hands and gave it to AP if the Vikings would have stuck with what they did the first season not only would people may have seen the progress he made. They choose not to and I feel that says a lot as they see how hard he is working every day.

    3. Theodore hasn’t thrown anyone under the bus, because he isn’t a leader in that locker room, he hasn’t earned that kind of respect from his peers yet, Percy Harvin tried that and we all know what happened to him. Rodgers has been at the helm and lead this franchise to the playoffs for the last several seasons. Playing at and expecting a high level from play from not only himself but everyone else, that steps on the field with him, the great ones do, Michael Jordan, Kob Bryant, Tom Brady, and even Adrian Peterson about how they feel things should be done. While it may rub some people wrong and I don’t care for a fair amount of the people I just listed, it is part of that attitude that helps them achieve the things they have.

    If you don’t want a QB to try to jump start the team when it’s the time to do so, thats fine, just as long as you are ok with QBs like Cutler, Stafford, Dalton, and Matt Ryan leading your franchise.

  49. whiteybulgersson says: Feb 14, 2016 4:23 PM

    Erin needs to sit down and win four rings before he speaks. His wife isn’t even as hot as tom Brady’s is.

  50. minneanderthals says: Feb 14, 2016 4:32 PM

    whiteybulgersson says:
    Feb 14, 2016 4:23 PM
    Erin needs to sit down and win four rings before he speaks. His wife isn’t even as hot as tom Brady’s is.

    —–

    Tell me more. So you’re saying that the Patriots have horrible players and coaches besides Brady?

    Also, there haven’t been any cheating scandals in New England, right?

    The New England Asterisks will never really be considered great.

  51. ariani1985 says: Feb 14, 2016 4:53 PM

    Erin Rogers and ryan braun are not married yet! So technically you are right!

  52. frank booth says: Feb 14, 2016 4:55 PM

    contra74 says:
    Feb 14, 2016 2:16 PM

    stellarperformance says:
    Feb 14, 2016 2:04 PM
    contra74 says:
    Feb 14, 2016 1:45 PM
    If it was just Rodgers alone then I’d take Bridgewater.
    ///////////////////////////////////

    You are in a vast minority on that one. I’d like to ask why, but I think it is reasonable to assume you’re looking through purple colored glasses. Good enough.
    —-
    Here are my reasons without any bias.

    1) Rodgers is at the end of his career whereas Teddy has shined in just two years with huge potential upswing. More years with Teddy than with Aaron.
    ==================================
    14 TD’s, 9 INT’s, and 200 YPG in his second year is “shining”.

    Leading the 31st passing game in the league is “shining”.

    Derek Carr and Blake Bortles threw over 30 TD’s this year. Teddy Bridgewater doesn’t have 30 TD’s in 2 years of starting.

    Heck, Rodgers had 31 TD’s and 8 INT’s, and according to some, he isn’t even trying until he “flips the switch”.

    And here’s Teddy playing his butt off, completing passes as far as 15 yards down the field, and he’s putting up the statistics of a back-up.

  53. contra74 says: Feb 14, 2016 5:08 PM

    minnescrotums says:
    Feb 14, 2016 2:18 PM
    Anyone else think it’s curious that whenever Contra shows up, so does cheeseisfattening?

    Same person? you decide.
    —-/
    Oh hi Tokyo

  54. contra74 says: Feb 14, 2016 5:12 PM

    Heck, Rodgers had 31 TD’s and 8 INT’s, and according to some, he isn’t even trying until he “flips the switch”.
    —–
    Remind everyone again how many TDs Rodgers had in his second NFL year. Not as a starter, but his second year in the NFL.

    The answer is zero.

    Thanks for playing.

  55. golforepar says: Feb 14, 2016 5:12 PM

    Little Teddy counts on the best RB and a good D otherwise he is below average! #wideleft

  56. nflnfl13 says: Feb 14, 2016 5:36 PM

    Teddy has got to work tirelessly this off season on that left handed pass the threw to Hyde before I can crown him an elite QB.

  57. sisuenkeli says: Feb 14, 2016 5:39 PM

    The minihaha trolls are out in force today. They must get Sundays off at my pillow dot com.

  58. suhmonster90 says: Feb 14, 2016 5:53 PM

    Just wait until the first game when the camera’s pan on him coming out of the tunnel and the announcers gush over how heroic he is returning for the second half after this knee injury.

  59. golforepar says: Feb 14, 2016 5:56 PM

    How many playoff Ws for “Baby hands” Bridgewater so far? hint same # of team SB wins

  60. stellarperformance says: Feb 14, 2016 6:20 PM

    Again…….a lot of Viking-troll experts on this thread. They are, once again, providing their wisdom, insults, and predictions of greatness. It must be nice to cheer for a perfect team, and thoughtful to vocalize our problems and shortcomings to us. Nothing arrogant about that, is there?

    Until it sinks in, I will remind all of them as often as necessary the Vikings hold the all-time NFL record for post season losses. This fact doesn’t even come into their “we won the division more times then you, na na na hey hey” mindset!

    Even if you include the “too old to matter” early years of the NFL, nobody has done worse in the postseason than the Vikings. Nobody. Think about that for a minute. And they need to tell us WE suck?

    They attack the fans of the perennial-winning Green Bay Packers to take their small minds off: “Wide Left.”

    The manner in which the Vikings added to their post season loss total this year was Shakespearean. I have never witnessed a more appropriate and deserving application of Karmic payback than Wide Left. The attitudes and arrogance and chronic superiority complexes of their trolls made it happen. Their fans…..made it happen…… and they deserved it!

  61. leatherface2012 says: Feb 14, 2016 6:21 PM

    “It feels great. It’s nice to not have any clunking around or anything, so it was good.”

    like your clunking around in the post season 37 years old aaron. tick tock

  62. shlort says: Feb 14, 2016 8:05 PM

    Rodgers is 32. He has at least a few years left. He has managed to stay pretty much healthy over his career. He will make all the marks required of a first ballot hall of famer and have at least one more super bowl ring. Those are simple facts, deny them if you like, but you only look like an idiot doing so.

  63. nyneal says: Feb 14, 2016 8:23 PM

    Green Bay Packers — #1 franchise in NFL history. Thirteen NFL championships, more than any other team.

    Minnesota Vikings — lost more playoff games than any NFL team. No championship, ever.

    Case closed.

  64. pkrlvr says: Feb 14, 2016 8:36 PM

    Everyone knows contra has many user names….pathetic. Almost as pathetic as ariani posting 6 times to the same story…..wouldn’t be surprised if that was him too.

  65. shaggytoodle says: Feb 14, 2016 8:43 PM

    contra74 says:
    Feb 14, 2016 5:12 PM
    Remind everyone again how many TDs Rodgers had in his second NFL year. Not as a starter, but his second year in the NFL.

    The answer is zero.

    Thanks for playing.
    ___________

    That’s right, Rodgers was unable to beat out a HOF QB that was still playing good enough to help lead GB to a NFC Title game in 07, so that shows me that Rodgers wasn’t the best choice for the team early in his career. Heck Favre even came out of retirement and almost lead the Vikings to a Superbowl, but in true Viking fan form you are only concerned with stats, but stats aren’t the most important, just look back at last week to the SB and the guy who won has his name all over the record books, which is fine and dandy, but if you ask him, I am betting he would tell you the SB win is more important.

    Since Favre left Minnesota how many playoff appearances do they have? Since he left how many playoff games have they won? The Packers have done quite well since Favre left and part of it was because they didn’t just draft someone and hoped they learn the system they had a PLAN. That can go a long ways in the NFL.

  66. Packernet says: Feb 14, 2016 8:57 PM

    All these comments over a story about his knee. Funny stuff. And now I am one of the idiots. Ugh!

  67. purpleandgoldforever says: Feb 14, 2016 9:38 PM

    stellarperformance says:
    Feb 14, 2016 6:20 PM

    Again…….a lot of Viking-troll experts on this thread. They are, once again, providing their wisdom, insults, and predictions of greatness. It must be nice to cheer for a perfect team, and thoughtful to vocalize our problems and shortcomings to us. Nothing arrogant about that, is there?

    Until it sinks in, I will remind all of them as often as necessary the Vikings hold the all-time NFL record for post season losses. This fact doesn’t even come into their “we won the division more times then you, na na na hey hey” mindset!
    =============================

    Yadda Yadda Yadda Blah Blah Blah

    The simple fact is that GB is constantly bringing up the past when they compare themselves to the Vikings. “We won 13 championships”. “The Vikings have the most playoff losses of all NFL teams”. So frigging what!

    At the start of next season, everyone is 0-0 no matter what happened in the past.

    Rodgers is an excellent QB but it has been proven that GB is unable to be a consistent winner without him, and it has been proven he is mediocre without talented WR’s.

    Bridgewater has played a total of two years in the NFL and was not even the starter in his first year. Yet he was able to lead his team to the division title during that time. Stats don’t matter at the end of the day, wins do. Last I checked, the Vikings had more wins than the Packers in the 2015 regular season.

    All in all, if someone decided to attempt to make a trade right now, even up Rodgers for Bridgewater, I’d take Teddy without even a second thought.

  68. crownofthehelmet says: Feb 14, 2016 11:47 PM

    it was a good thing the doctor was there for this, as a-rodg started choking with 5 minutes left in the procedure. and wouldn’t you know it, clay was supposed to pick him up from the hospital but got too winded turning the steering wheel.

  69. frank booth says: Feb 14, 2016 11:56 PM

    Bridgewater didn’t lead his team to a division title. That would be like saying Peyton Manning led the Broncos to a Super Bowl victory.

    Bridgewater went along for the ride, and in the critical final game of the season against the Packers for the division title, he threw for 99 yards and 1 INT in a Viking victory.

    He then followed that up by “leading” the Vikings into the playoffs by throwing for 146 yards and 0 TD’s.

    By throwing 8 of his 14 TD’s against the Bears and the Lions, that left him with 12 more games to “lead” the Vikings by throwing 6 TD passes.

    Somehow, apparently he’s good right now, when all of his numbers, save for a couple, say that he’s well below average.

    Tell me- if the Vikings had an average to a below average defense, where would Bridgewater have lead the Vikings to this year with his 14 TD passes?

  70. frank booth says: Feb 15, 2016 12:00 AM

    leatherface2012 says:
    Feb 14, 2016 6:21 PM

    “It feels great. It’s nice to not have any clunking around or anything, so it was good.”

    like your clunking around in the post season 37 years old aaron. tick tock
    ==================================
    The clock isn’t even running on Teddy and he’s horrible in both the regular and post season. Ultimately, he’ll be the guy that keeps the Vikings from a Super Bowl victory.

  71. laserw says: Feb 15, 2016 12:21 AM

    Amazingly mediocre QB who has proved that he can take advantage of a penalty to make a play but can’t when nothing else happens.

    The NFL seriously needs to address the concept of a “free play” – if a defensive player commits a penalty pre-snap, the play should be blown dead. This would prevent the fraud Cheesehead from padding his stats. Just because a defensive player is offsides should not give the offense an unsportsmanlike advantage – otherwise when a false start happens, the defense should be able to level the QB since the defense should get a chance for a free play and to force a fumble and to take advantage of the offense’s mistake.

  72. purpleandgoldforever says: Feb 15, 2016 1:42 AM

    frank booth says:
    Feb 14, 2016 11:56 PM

    Tell me- if the Vikings had an average to a below average defense, where would Bridgewater have lead the Vikings to this year with his 14 TD passes?
    =====================

    The better question is this: Without Rodgers, would the Packers finish 3rd or 4th in the division. In 2013, the Packers were 2-5-1 without him. Extending that, it becomes 5-10-1 at best.

    Tell me – Without Rodgers the Packers have less than a below average offense and a swiss cheese defense. Where would they be? Most likely a game below Chicago for last place in the division?

  73. Rolo Tomassi says: Feb 15, 2016 5:46 AM

    I can’t wait until Arron Rodgers and Olivia Munn get married and have some children.

  74. frank booth says: Feb 15, 2016 11:55 AM

    purpleandgoldforever says:
    Feb 15, 2016 1:42 AM

    frank booth says:
    Feb 14, 2016 11:56 PM

    Tell me- if the Vikings had an average to a below average defense, where would Bridgewater have lead the Vikings to this year with his 14 TD passes?
    =====================

    The better question is this: Without Rodgers, would the Packers finish 3rd or 4th in the division. In 2013, the Packers were 2-5-1 without him. Extending that, it becomes 5-10-1 at best.

    Tell me – Without Rodgers the Packers have less than a below average offense and a swiss cheese defense. Where would they be? Most likely a game below Chicago for last place in the division?
    ==================================
    Just like a Viking fan- dodging the question.

    The Packers would be much worse without Rodgers. Like the Cardinals were when Warner retired, in the same manner that the Broncos record declined drastically when Elway retired.

    That’s the crazy thing about elite QB’s. They have a huge impact on their teams, and they’re paid a lot of money. Look at what Brady was able to do with one of the worst O-lines in football and a decimated receiving corps. Pull Brady out of there, and the Patriots don’t make the playoffs.

    It’s a foregone conclusion that a player as great as Rodgers would impact his team’s fortunes. Why do you think the QB position is so important?

    The Packers could easily finish 3rd or 4th without Rodgers- but taking a small sample of when he was out a couple of years ago and then extrapolating it is for children.

    And the Packers’ “swiss cheese” defense? Good job by Teddy against them- a whole 99 yards and an INT by the great Bridgewater.

  75. ariani1985 says: Feb 15, 2016 7:14 PM

    Frankie booth, You have to much time on your hands!

  76. riverbluffbuff says: Feb 15, 2016 10:16 PM

    Lol, oh Erin. You will never be as good as Favre

  77. siuleno says: Feb 16, 2016 12:01 AM

    LOL! did i see someone post that they would trade Aaron Rodgers for Teddy Bridgewater straight up!?

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHA!!

    for real, yo? i wouldn’t even do that in fantasy football. oh, man.. better yet, you should join my fantasy league. lmao.

  78. minneanderthals says: Feb 16, 2016 8:05 AM

    Lol, oh Teddy. You will never be as good as Ponder.

  79. Rolo Tomassi says: Feb 16, 2016 5:59 PM

    revelation123 says:
    Feb 14, 2016 11:07 AM
    Amazingly talented QB.

    And even a nicer person

  80. Rolo Tomassi says: Feb 16, 2016 6:01 PM

    Née padz

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