Aaron Rodgers has rekindled “love affair” with football

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There was a time when Aaron Rodgers thought he’d be finished as a football player in his mid-30s.

But now, the Packers quarterback says he’s back to his “love affair” with the game, and that has made him want to continue on much longer than he previously thought.

“[That feeling] has kind of given me the idea that this is what I want to do. I love football, and I want to keep playing as long as possible,” Rodgers said during an interview on Wilde & Tausch on ESPN Wisconsin. “And when you have that kind of slight shift in your thinking, then you start going to, ‘How can I do that?’ And the way you can do that, in my opinion, is taking care of yourself at a hyper-sensitive level to all the areas that that entails — the rehab area, the eating area, the workout/focus area. And all those combined have kind of given me the idea that I’d like to keep playing at a high level, as fun as it is right now.”

If that sounds a little Tom Brady, it’s probably not accidental, as the two have become friends and Rodgers has taken his own steps (which don’t involve avocado ice cream) to keep himself going into his 40s.

So as the 33-year-old Rodgers enters his 13th NFL season, he’s thinking more long-term, and appreciating the game more than he has before.

“I think it’s a change, a slight change that happened the last few years, where it really has become just a love affair,” Rodgers said. “From [being] a game I always enjoyed playing and enjoyed competing and am hyper-competitive [in] to just really loving the process even more — the practice, the preparation, just enjoying those moments even more.”

Of course, this love story might not include the kind of paparazzi treatment previous relationships have led Rodgers into, but it will certainly make Packers fans swoon, as they imagine a long and happy marriage.

117 responses to “Aaron Rodgers has rekindled “love affair” with football

  1. His love affair with football is almost as torrid as his love affair with himself.

  2. He lost his girlfriend, he lost his boyfriend, he lost his family; all he has left to love(and love him back) is football.

    May he remain in love for years to come.

  3. What a dolt. It took him 12 years of being in the NFL to figure out that he likes it? Gee, ya think big fat paychecks might have something to do with him wanting to keep playing?

  4. As Don Rickels once famously said to Johnny Carson….with the money you make… You could spit on the camera…

  5. I pay attention to Rodgers because whichever team beats him in the playoffs will probably end up facing Brady in the Super Bowl. He’s like Brady’s canary in the mineshaft.

  6. Funny how this “rekindling” is being brought up now. Just recently he was identified as underpaid. To be honest, he’s washing up & the hail-marys won’t save him much longer.

  7. This is bad news for the rest of the NFL, especially the NFC North. Looks like no one in the immediate future is going to unseat the Pack as a favorite to win the division and as one of the favorites to be in the superbowl for years to come.

  8. Almost died laughing at the Pats fan who claimed Rodgers plays in the weakest division in football.

    Take a look at how many playoff wins the Bills, Dolphins and Jest have combined for since 2002.

    I’ll give you a hint: it is shamefully few

  9. Glad the love is back. He’s going to need love to carry him through his team’s first 3rd-place finish in the division in a long time. Does anyone else agree their team didn’t do much in the offseason? Meanwhile, Lions grabbed TJ Lang from them. I predict Lions AND Vikings pass them this year. Don’t worry, I won’t go as crazy as Chris Simms…he predicted the Lions to be a Super Bowl team this year (!)

  10. And there are still people who try to say the celebrities that athletes date aren’t affecting their performance.

    He’s got the love of football back, look out league!

  11. This is bad news for the juvenile comment crowd! This is a bad man who put up 38 points on the vikings over-rated secondary last year. Just imagine what a focused A-Rod can do this year with more weapons. Be afraid.

  12. A story about Rodgers and packer fans just cant help but talk about the Vikings.

    I love being a Vikings fan hahahahaha

  13. aj66shanghai says:
    Jul 27, 2017 11:45 AM
    Almost died laughing at the Pats fan who claimed Rodgers plays in the weakest division in football.

    Take a look at how many playoff wins the Bills, Dolphins and Jest have combined for since 2002.

    I’ll give you a hint: it is shamefully few

    _____________________________

    It’s not fewer than two though, is it? Because that’s how many the rest of the NFC North have won since Rodgers took the starting job in Green Bay. The Jets have won 4 playoff games during the same time period.

  14. Does anyone else agree their team didn’t do much in the offseason? Meanwhile, Lions grabbed TJ Lang from them. I predict Lions AND Vikings pass them this year.
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    They never do much in the off season. Thompson works the draft, and he picks up a thrift store free agent occasionally.

    Everybody in Packerland suspected Lang was a goner. Thompson doesn’t let ‘his’ guys hit free agency.

    They’ve drafted 6 lineman in the last 5 years, and they have 2 undrafted players who have contributed. If they miss the Playoffs this year, its doubtful it will be due to poor O-line play.

  15. Another story about the Packers where viking fans just can’t help themselves from obsessing over the Packers and commenting on every Packer story.

    I love being a Packer fan. Hahahahahaha

  16. A story about Rodgers and packer fans just cant help but talk about the Vikings.

    I love being a Vikings fan hahahahah
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    Says one of a hundred viking trolls posting on a PACKER story. Irony much? Congrats on loving mediocrity.

  17. If he has rekindled his “love affair” with football that must be at some point he lost his “love affair” with football.

    I am betting he rekindled this love affair just after ditching working out with his teammates during this offseason in Calabasas to work out primarily with Nick Jonas in West Hollywood.

  18. It’s not fewer than two though, is it? Because that’s how many the rest of the NFC North have won since Rodgers took the starting job in Green Bay. The Jets have won 4 playoff games during the same time period.
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    Playoff appearences since 2001;

    AFC East
    Belichick/Brady – 14
    Bills, Dolphins, Jets – 9

    .. the Bills haven’t made the Playoffs since 1999!!

    NFC North/Central
    Packers – 13
    Bears, Bucs, Lions, Vikings – 13

  19. “Rodgers has taken his own steps (which don’t involve avocado ice cream) to keep himself going into his 40s.”

    Bad news for Bears fans and whoever else is in the Packers division.

  20. isn’t he looking for a new contract? of course this is the kind of thing you say…outloud….so everyone can hear………..

  21. contra74 says:
    Jul 27, 2017 12:41 PM
    A story about Rodgers and packer fans just cant help but talk about the Vikings.

    I love being a Vikings fan hahahahaha
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>><<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
    There you have it folks. Confirmation Viking fans "love" being perennial losers. He said it ! Not me.

  22. Rogers can’t be stopped. He is far better than Brady and has an almost flawless injury record. He can’t get hurt and he can’t be stopped. Best QB ever, has 10 plus year left with his iron horse body. 5-6 rings to come for Rogers. Count it now.

    Rogers is untouchable.

  23. aarons444 says:
    Jul 27, 2017 1:11 PM
    It’s not fewer than two though, is it? Because that’s how many the rest of the NFC North have won since Rodgers took the starting job in Green Bay. The Jets have won 4 playoff games during the same time period.
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    Playoff appearences since 2001;

    AFC East
    Belichick/Brady – 14
    Bills, Dolphins, Jets – 9

    .. the Bills haven’t made the Playoffs since 1999!!

    NFC North/Central
    Packers – 13
    Bears, Bucs, Lions, Vikings – 13

    ____________________________

    We are talking about Aaron Rodgers career though, right? What does 2001 have to do with it?

  24. We are talking about Aaron Rodgers career though, right? What does 2001 have to do with it?
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    The conversation was about weak divisions.

    Since Brady became the Pats starter, the AFC East has been the worst division in football.

  25. .. if you just want to include Rodgers career, its truly ugly.

    2008-present;

    Excluding Patriots
    AFC East winning seasons – 7
    AFC East playoff appearences – 4

    Excluding Packers
    NFC North winning seasons – 10
    NFC North playoff appearences – 8

  26. You can’t include the Bucs in the NFC North without including the Colts in the NFC East, but neither should be included in the comparison.

  27. contra74 says:
    Jul 27, 2017 12:41 PM
    A story about Rodgers and packer fans just cant help but talk about the Vikings.

    I love being a Vikings fan hahahahaha
    ———————
    Sadomasochist?

  28. aarons444 says:
    Jul 27, 2017 1:11 PM

    It’s not fewer than two though, is it? Because that’s how many the rest of the NFC North have won since Rodgers took the starting job in Green Bay. The Jets have won 4 playoff games during the same time period.
    =====

    Playoff appearences since 2001;

    AFC East
    Belichick/Brady – 14
    Bills, Dolphins, Jets – 9

    .. the Bills haven’t made the Playoffs since 1999!!

    NFC North/Central
    Packers – 13
    Bears, Bucs, Lions, Vikings – 13
    —————————————————
    Typical Packer Fan fake stats.
    Aaron Rodgers was DRAFTED in 2005. Didn’t start until 2008. And you are using 2001?

    But go ahead packer fans, continue using fake stats and show other NFL fans how inept you are.

  29. jimmysee says:
    Jul 27, 2017 10:21 AM

    Aaron especially loves beating the Vikings twice each year.
    _____

    And when was the last time that happened? Not recently.

  30. aarons444 says:
    Jul 27, 2017 2:02 PM
    .. if you just want to include Rodgers career, its truly ugly.

    2008-present;

    Excluding Patriots
    AFC East winning seasons – 7
    AFC East playoff appearences – 4

    Excluding Packers
    NFC North winning seasons – 10
    NFC North playoff appearences – 8

    _________________________
    You are ‘moving the goalposts’ it’s a common logical fallacy. Here’s the original point in contention:

    “Take a look at how many playoff wins the Bills, Dolphins and Jest have combined for since 2002.

    I’ll give you a hint: it is shamefully few”

    The discussion is about playoff wins for other division teams during Aarons carreer – to which I responded the other AFC East teams have four to the NFC others 2. Your first attempt at moving the goalposts was to stretch the timeline to an arbitrary and irrelevant number (throwing the Bucs in was a nice touch – a team Aaron has never even played a division game against) But now you are resorting to ‘playoff appearances’ because you can’t get around the FACT that the AFC has has twice as many playoff wins. Here’s another fun FACT – during Tom’s career, the Patriots have had a better record outside their division than in it.

  31. seals1 says:
    Jul 27, 2017 1:32 PM
    Rogers can’t be stopped. He is far better than Brady and has an almost flawless injury record. He can’t get hurt and he can’t be stopped. Best QB ever, has 10 plus year left with his iron horse body. 5-6 rings to come for Rogers. Count it now.

    Rogers is untouchable.
    ———-
    I hope you’re trolling/being sarcastic. Rodgers can’t get hurt? Yeah except like 2 years ago when he was out half the season. Can’t be stopped? Yeah except like last year vs the Falcons, year before vs the Seahawks, year before that vs the 49ers for 2 years, etc. etc.

    Rodgers is an excellent QB but get off his nuts.

  32. You can’t include the Bucs in the NFC North without including the Colts in the NFC East, but neither should be included in the comparison.
    =====

    I included the 2001 Colts.

    They did not make the Playoffs that season.

    The 2001 Bucs were in the Packers division, and they made the Playoffs. Why wouldn’t that count?

  33. Here’s another fun FACT – during Tom’s career, the Patriots have had a better record outside their division than in it.
    ======

    Talk about useless stats.

    Do you really think the Patriots would have the same record over the last 16 years if they were in the AFC North?

    Do you think for one SECOND they’d be the same team if they had to take 4 BEATINGS against the Steelers and Ravens?.. sure, they might win the games, but the physical toll would be evident.

    And if they were in the AFC West.. squaring off against Mack and Von Miller 4 times.. do you really think the Pats could withstand that over a 16-game season?

    Get out of here with that nonsense.

    … the Pats play in a weak division. It is an absolute fact, whether you want to take it over the duration of Bradys career, or as you framed it, over Rodgers career as starter. F-A-C-T.

  34. Now if the fraud Rodgers can concentrate on making plays and scoring without the use of the gimmick offense and free plays stolen from the defense.

  35. Aaron Rodgers has lead GB to 40-13 against his own division. A winning percentage of .755

    It would be tougher on him to face The Jets, Dolphins and Bills where Green Bay has a .667 Winning percentage with him as starter.

    Imagine Brady feasting on Minnesota, Detroit and Chicago. He’s never lost to these teams. Not once in 16 years.

  36. But now you are resorting to ‘playoff appearances’ because you can’t get around the FACT that the AFC has has twice as many playoff wins.
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    Count the playoff wins. Im not objecting to that.

    But there’s clearly more to it.

    The Packers made the Playoffs in 2013 at 8-7-1. Would you call that a great season? They nearly won a Playoff game that year, losing on a FG as time expired.

    The records prove the NFC North has been the better division over the last 16 years, whether you want to take it from 2001 when Brady began his career as a starter, or OVERWHELMINGLY so since 2008 when Rodgers career began as a starter.

  37. wow Seals, didnt think anyone could be that clueless. Start taking the Name Brand, and good luck with your senior year in high school

  38. Imagine Brady feasting on Minnesota, Detroit and Chicago. He’s never lost to these teams. Not once in 16 years.
    ====

    Yet those teams have twice as many Playoff appearances in the last 9 years??

    Must be that new math kids are using these days.

    You Pats fans are truly delusional and go to absurd lengths to try and prove TB12s greatness.

    Funny thing is, you expect us to just go along with it.

  39. aarons444 says:
    Jul 27, 2017 3:21 PM
    Here’s another fun FACT – during Tom’s career, the Patriots have had a better record outside their division than in it.
    ======

    Talk about useless stats.

    Do you really think the Patriots would have the same record over the last 16 years if they were in the AFC North?

    Do you think for one SECOND they’d be the same team if they had to take 4 BEATINGS against the Steelers and Ravens?.. sure, they might win the games, but the physical toll would be evident.

    And if they were in the AFC West.. squaring off against Mack and Von Miller 4 times.. do you really think the Pats could withstand that over a 16-game season?

    Get out of here with that nonsense.

    … the Pats play in a weak division. It is an absolute fact, whether you want to take it over the duration of Bradys career, or as you framed it, over Rodgers career as starter. F-A-C-T.

    ________________

    Ahh yes, let’s bring the Steelers into this. You are getting desperate. Rodgers and Brady both have a worse career record against the Bills, Jets and Dolphins than they do against the Vikings, Bears and Lions – a combined history of over 20 years. Give up, man.

  40. The Phantom Stranger says:

    Aaron especially loves beating the Vikings twice each year.
    _____

    And when was the last time that happened? Not recently.

    ———–

    2014. I remember it like it was just 3 years ago.

    I also remember the last time MN swept the Packers – 2009. That was the only time in the past 12 seasons. GB has swepth MN 5 times in the same time period and MN didn’t beat them in a season in one other (lost and tied).

    Must be depressing getting manhandled on such a regular basis.

  41. Count the playoff wins. Im not objecting to that.

    But there’s clearly more to it.

    The Packers made the Playoffs in 2013 at 8-7-1. Would you call that a great season? They nearly won a Playoff game that year, losing on a FG as time expired.

    The records prove the NFC North has been the better division over the last 16 years, whether you want to take it from 2001 when Brady began his career as a starter, or OVERWHELMINGLY so since 2008 when Rodgers career began as a starter.

    __________________________

    I don’t know how having an 8-7-1 division winner is supposed to help your argument. Here’s the problem with the ‘playoff appearances’ argument in general:

    Since 2008 – the winner of the NFC North has had an average of 11.11 wins while the AFC East winner has averaged 12.62 wins. Over a game and a half difference! And wouldn’t you know it, the AFC East has had a lot more success in the playoffs during the same time frame.

  42. waffle, that may be the dumbest comment ive ever read. I really hope you are in high school, because if not you should be embarrassed . How many Super Bowls has Brady won, and how many has Rodgers won? I’ll wait.

  43. We can settle this right here, oddte;

    Since 2001

    AFC East winning records – 21
    AFC East Playoff apperances – 18

    AFC North winning seasons – 30
    AFC East Playoff apperances – 28

    AFC South winning seasons – 27
    AFC East Playoff apperances – 20

    AFC West winning seasons – 29
    AFC West Playoff appearenes – 23

    NFC East winning seasons – 31
    NFC East Playoff appearences – 26

    NFC North winning seasons – 26
    NFC North Playoff appearences 26

    NFC South winning seasons – 25
    NFC South Playoff appearences – 20

    NFC West winning seasons – 28
    NFC West Playoff appearences – 23

    … so, I say, for the final time, Tom Brady plays in THE.VERY.WORST.DIVISION.IN.THE.NATIONAL.FOOTBALL.LEAGUE.

  44. Since 2008 – the winner of the NFC North has had an average of 11.11 wins while the AFC East winner has averaged 12.62 wins.
    ====

    Beacuse Tom Brady beats up on the Weak Handicapped Sisters of the Poor.

    Rodgers competition has made the Playoffs TWICE as many times as the Patriots since 2008.

  45. aarons444 says:
    Jul 27, 2017 4:14 PM
    Since 2008 – the winner of the NFC North has had an average of 11.11 wins while the AFC East winner has averaged 12.62 wins.
    ====

    Beacuse Tom Brady beats up on the Weak Handicapped Sisters of the Poor.

    Rodgers competition has made the Playoffs TWICE as many times as the Patriots since 2008.

    ________________________

    We’ve already covered this, Brady is better against the rest of the NFL (especially the NFC North) than he is against the AFC East. If they are the weak and handicapped sisters of the poor why do they have a better winning pct against Aarodg and Brady than the NFC North does?

  46. aarons444 says:
    Jul 27, 2017 4:12 PM
    We can settle this right here, oddte;

    Since 2001

    AFC East winning records – 21
    AFC East Playoff apperances – 18

    AFC North winning seasons – 30
    AFC East Playoff apperances – 28

    AFC South winning seasons – 27
    AFC East Playoff apperances – 20

    AFC West winning seasons – 29
    AFC West Playoff appearenes – 23

    NFC East winning seasons – 31
    NFC East Playoff appearences – 26

    NFC North winning seasons – 26
    NFC North Playoff appearences 26

    NFC South winning seasons – 25
    NFC South Playoff appearences – 20

    NFC West winning seasons – 28
    NFC West Playoff appearences – 23

    … so, I say, for the final time, Tom Brady plays in THE.VERY.WORST.DIVISION.IN.THE.NATIONAL.FOOTBALL.LEAGUE.

    ____________________________

    Sure – as long we don’t place any value on winning playoff games and superbowls. You must love Peyton Manning, too 😉

  47. Sure – as long we don’t place any value on winning playoff games and superbowls. You must love Peyton Manning, too
    =====

    Tally up the win totals.

    You have to MAKE the playoffs to WIN playoff games.

    The Jets, Dolphins and Bills can’t seem to do that.

  48. Tally up the win totals.

    You have to MAKE the playoffs to WIN playoff games.

    The Jets, Dolphins and Bills can’t seem to do that.

    ____________________

    They win more often against the Packers and Patriots than NFC North does. Its just harder to make a playoff appearance when you have to deal with Brady every year than it is when you only have to deal with Rodgers.

  49. They win more often against the Packers and Patriots than NFC North does. Its just harder to make a playoff appearance when you have to deal with Brady every year than it is when you only have to deal with Rodgers.
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    Nope. You’re simply ignoring the obvious.

    The Bills haven’t made the Playoffs since 1999.

    The Dolphins went 7 years without a winning season prior to making the Playoffs last year.

    The Jest (intentional spelling error) have 1 winning season in the last 6 years.

    The conclusion to draw here is plain for everyone to see…. except those trying to pump up TP12.

  50. Nope. You’re simply ignoring the obvious.

    The Bills haven’t made the Playoffs since 1999.

    The Dolphins went 7 years without a winning season prior to making the Playoffs last year.

    The Jest (intentional spelling error) have 1 winning season in the last 6 years.

    The conclusion to draw here is plain for everyone to see…. except those trying to pump up TP12.
    ____________________________

    So again, how do you account for the fact that both Brady and Rodgers have better records against the NFC North than the AFC East. Talk about ignoring the obvious.

  51. aarons444 says:
    Jul 27, 2017 4:19 PM
    What is the record of Rodgers vs Brady, head to head?
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    Inexplicalby,

    McCarthy undefeated against Belichick……….
    ___________________________________
    06-Pats beat GB
    10-Pats beat GB
    14-GB beat Pats
    Mc Carthy has one win, BB two

  52. AFC South and NFC North are worst divisions by far.
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    Your entitled to that opinion.

    That’s not what the records indicate.

    I would say NFC South myself, but the proof is right there.

  53. 06-Pats beat GB
    10-Pats beat GB
    14-GB beat Pats
    Mc Carthy has one win, BB two
    =====

    Yep. My mistake.

    Rodgers is 1-0 v the Patriots. Favre and Flynn were the starters in teh other 2 games.

  54. To any homer Packer fan saying he’s the GOAT, please stop embarrassing the rest of us Packer fans who give that title to Brady, as Rodgers himself does. Having said, if Rodgers can play as long as Brady and as effective, and actually wins at least a couple more Superbowls, then maybe, just maybe, Rodgers can at least join that conversation over who is GOAT. But for now and for a long time, it is Brady and rightly so.

  55. Almost died laughing at the Pats fan who claimed Rodgers plays in the weakest division in football.
    ————————————
    Laughable. The NFC North blows; and that’s not remotely subject to debate or interpretation.

  56. contra74 says:
    Jul 27, 2017 12:41 PM

    I love being a Vikings fan hahahahaha

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Only because no other fan base would have you.

    Enjoy 8-8 again this year… IF the Vikings manage to win 8 games before they quit on Zimmer again.

  57. Fans who try to make ANY G.O.A.T. arguments for ANY quarterback, or any player for that matter, usually end up sounding like well … Madden football fans.

    Put down the controllers and watch the game close up – starting with line play. Learn the game, boys.

  58. So again, how do you account for the fact that both Brady and Rodgers have better records against the NFC North than the AFC East.
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    I would hardly give it a passing thought. Its obscure, and pretty meaningless.

    Are you saying the Bills, Dolphins and Jets are better than the Bears, Lions and Vikings? That’s not what the records indicate. The NFCN teams have more seasons with winning records and more Playoff appearences.

    Is that an attempt to attribute AFCE sucakage TP12? The Pats are SO dominant that the other teams records suffer?

    Funny thing about that;

    The Steelers and Colts have been almost as dominant in their divisions as the Patriots since 2001. (Pitt – 12 winning seasons, 11 Playoffs.. Indy – 12 winning seasons, 12 Playoffs)

    Yet the Ravens, Bengals, Titans, Texans… even the lowly Jaguars have multiple playoff trips over teh course of Bradys career. Funny. 1 dominant team.. yet others still cut the mustard.

    Think about this; the Jaguars have 1 less playoff appearance than the Dolphins since 2001. The ABYSMAL Cleveland Browns have made the Playoffs during TP12s career while the Bills have not.

    And the cherry on the sundae; something I’ve heard TP12 fans say.. in order for there to be a rivalry, the other team has to win. Which is why Pats-Steelers isn’t really a rivalry, right? The Steelers haven’t beat the Pats in the Brady-era…. and Manning-Brady was barely a rivalry, right? Manning won, what, once?….

    So why defend that crap sandwich division? Seriously? Its horse dung. Everyone knows it.

    .. except you guys, apparently.

  59. The Colts are actually a great example of what playing in a weak division can do for you

    All figures 2002-2015.

    Patriots:
    vs. NYJ — 21/28 — 75.00%
    vs. BUF — 25/28 — 89.29%
    vs. MIA — 19/28 — 67.86%
    Total In-Division — 65/84 — 77.38%
    Overall Win % — 171/224 — 76.34%
    Out-of-Division — 106/140 — 75.71%

    Compare that to… let’s say… the Colts. Since realignment:
    vs. TEN — 22/28 — 78.57%
    vs. HOU — 23/28 — 82.14%
    vs. JAX — 19/28 — 67.86%
    Total In-Division — 64/84 — 76.16%
    Overall Win % — 152/224 — 67.86%
    Out-of-Division — 88/140 — 62.86%

  60. finchy74 says:
    Jul 27, 2017 11:20 PM
    The guy doesn’t love his family so I guess that love has to go somewhere.
    /////////////////////////////////////

    How the heck would you know? Maybe Brenda and the kids don’t love you anymore.

  61. Since 2002 the packers record against the bills, dolphins and jets is……5-4…..awesome…..FACT….I was thinking it should be 9-0..considering they are weak teams…maybe GB just wasn’t that strong.

  62. What is the Patriots record against the nfc north since 2002…it’s got to be worse than GBs..right…since it’s such a tough division.I’m scared to look,that division is so tough.

  63. Maybe if his “love”for football never left he would have more SBs..funny how when you give your all for something you love you usually get more in return.

  64. mikespillane337 says:
    Jul 29, 2017 7:43 PM
    Maybe if his “love”for football never left he would have more SBs..funny how when you give your all for something you love you usually get more in return.
    ///////////////////////////

    What are getting for giving your all to your love of being a troll? A life?

  65. What does 0-35 mean to you packers fans?That is aaron rodgers record in comeback wins against teams with a winning record,in the 4th quarter,awesome.
    =====

    Doesn’t mean anything to me.

    I’ve watched him lead multiple comebacks in the PLAYOFFS.

    Not Rodgers fault the defense folds like a cheap deck chair when the chips are down.

  66. While I don’t believe Rodgers is better than Brady. But some idiot Pats fan said the NFC North was the worst division in football.Naw not close AFC East owns that the Pats get a bye to playoffs because they are so bad there.

  67. Fans who slam Aaron Rodgers prove only one thing. That their IQ is lower than their teams’ winning percentages.

    Aaron Rodgers would start on any team in the NFL over their present QB with the possible exception of Tom Brady.
    He is better than all the rest of them and it’s not even debatable.

  68. No need to knock Rogers for not being Brady. No one else has ever on that level career long, but Rogers is the second best in the league and plays with a lot of guts. 30 other teams would love to have him.

  69. aj66shanghai says:
    Jul 27, 2017 11:45 AM
    Almost died laughing at the Pats fan who claimed Rodgers plays in the weakest division in football.

    Take a look at how many playoff wins the Bills, Dolphins and Jest have combined for since 2002.

    I’ll give you a hint: it is shamefully few.
    _
    This is from Nov 2016.

    the AFC East has just one team with a record worse than .500. The NFC East doesn’t have any, the AFC East and AFC West each have one team under .500, while the other five divisions all have at least two teams under .500. The AFC North doesn’t even have one team that’s above .500. The AFC East, in fact, has wiped the floor with the AFC North this year, going 8-4 so far in that interdivision matchup.

    Shameful indeed.

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