Aaron Rodgers sees “piss poor” effort from young receivers

AP

Maybe Aaron Rodgers should R-E-L-A-X.

The Packers quarterback went off on Tuesday regarding the effort of his team’s younger receivers during one specific period during the team’s practice.

“I think it was one of the worst carded sessions we’ve had,” Rodgers said. “I don’t know how you can make it simpler. You literally have what the play would be in our terminology of the card. And the effort level was very low, especially what I’m accustomed to, having run that period for a number of years. It’s not a good start for us on the carded period for the young guys. I think [DeAngelo] Yancey has really progressed, [Geronimo Allison], obviously 16 [Jake Kumerow]. But everybody else was piss poor.”

It’s a surprising degree of candor from Rodgers, who clearly was disappointed in the team’s decision to dump receiver Jordy Nelson during the offseason. Rodgers also has expressed a certain degree of frustration regarding the fact that his contract extension wasn’t finalized before the start of training camp, and it’s possible that he now has a somewhat shorter fuse than maybe he’s had in the past.

It’ll be interesting to see how the Packers react to the uncharacteristic decision of Rodgers to call them out publicly, and whether this is the start of a new trend for Rodgers as he tries to get the most out of the players around him.

152 responses to “Aaron Rodgers sees “piss poor” effort from young receivers

  1. The “Piss Poor” Packers recievers should ignore Arrogant Aaron as he too distracted making political commentary on socialism & social justice.

  2. “Rodgers will throw everyone under the bus, including his parents, but never himself. The dude has issues.”

    Maybe he has issues and maybe he doesn’t, but until you can play QB as well as he can–and I think he’s the best I ever saw–you need to back off. If he’s throwing people under the bus, maybe they need to be thrown. I can always forgive a physical mistake, but a lack of effort is not acceptable. Ever. If that’s what’s happening in the Packer camp, somebody needs to say something. It looks like Rodgers just did.

  3. The guy is a Diva if I ever saw one. There is a reason why even his family dislikes him.

  4. Total diva. His team mates dont like him even though he is a great qb on the field. One SB win? Says it all. He doesn’t care. Fame, fortune and dating hot celebrities is his game.

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    tokyosandblaster says:

    August 7, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    At least he isn’t complaining about all the injuries like the QB with the guarantee just west of us.

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    Yeah? Let’s put him behind a line of backups and third stringers and see how he responds.

  6. For the first time in my 48 years, Im openly rooting for the Pack, and specifically AR, to totally fail.

  7. It’s about time someone called them out ! I am happy Rodgers is getting tired of Meh from some of that football team. You can if you will !

  8. Boy, it didn’t take long for Rodgers to throw management under the bus for not keeping Jordy Nelson in GB…

    Piss poor you say.

    Maybe Rodgers should just shut his trap and work with these younger receivers and help them “get it” instead of urinating on them after a week of practice.

  9. These young guys need to learn that 13 time World Champions are held to a much, much higher standard than lesser teams around the league. Mediocre results and participant ribbons are for MN peasants.

  10. So the quarterback with the duct tape collarbone blames everyone else for incomplete passes? Probably has nothing to do with the guy throwing the ball does it Erin?

    These guys dropping the ball are going to cost Mr MVP millions of dollars in Packer extortion money.

    Thats what the really great leaders do. Throw everyone else under the bus, blame everyone else and never under any circumstances be a man and take responsibility yourself.

    Im so glad Mr Rogers is in the Green Bay neighborhood. One less team to worry about come playoff time.

  11. Hey Florio, still think Princess Arabella the bus driver is goaty? You might want to double check that. True greats don’t blame their teammates. The worst Brady says is “we need to do better.”

  12. Bunch of idiots that are on this blog. AR is one of the top 3 QB’s in the league and wants to win. Either listen or your gone. AR is the leader and it’s what most teams desire, not a QB that wants to be loved by everyone.
    Packers win SBLIII cause of AR.

  13. The fire of a world champion.

    This is incredibly inspiring, and I am one again humbled and honored to be a fan of this great team.

    “This is incredibly inspiring, and I am one again humbled and honored to be a fan of this great quarterback.”

    Fixed it for ya.

  14. skolvikings2017 says:
    August 7, 2018 at 6:51 pm
    Biggest whiner in the NFL

    Funny coming from someone who overpaid a mediocre QB when the one they had got them to the NFCCG. Like seriously funny.

    AR is the best QB in the league, by far.

  15. I’m a Viking fan and have always been extremely impressed with Rodgers and his game. If this outburst is a result of his stalled contract negotiations and/or the absence of Nelson, he needs to grow up. He’s causing more damage than even he can overcome.

  16. Did Rodgers rip on his rookies… yes. Is it because of Jordy or his contract, NO… Rodgers will maybe play one series in the preseason… all of the reps with the receivers will be in practice and he was frustrated with the level of competition of them. Even the beat reporters were talking about the lazy look of practice. In the famous works of the stable genius that knows all big words… Fake News.

  17. From what I saw of Jordy Nelson last year he was constantly injured and could not get open with any degree of regularity.He looked like a guy that had gotten old very quickly. So I’m not surprised GB got rid of him. What does surprise me is that GB didn’t do more in the off season to give AR some more weapons.

  18. swaggerville1 says:
    August 7, 2018 at 7:02 pm

    Bunch of idiots that are on this blog. AR is one of the top 3 QB’s in the league and wants to win. Either listen or your gone. AR is the leader and it’s what most teams desire, not a QB that wants to be loved by everyone.
    Packers win SBLIII cause of AR.

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    Thompson just got fired because he forgot to build a defense.

  19. As a Bears fan I only laugh at all these dopes coming in here with their pathetically weak barbs they throw at a guy who’s probably already one of the top 10 QBs of all time. I wish Rodgers played for Chicago.

  20. fwippel – you need help. Get off the blog and learn broom-ball. AR challenges the GOAT . Having the ability to watch these two QB’s every week is beautiful.

  21. swaggerville1 says:
    August 7, 2018 at 7:02 pm

    Packers win SBLIII cause of AR

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    What’s this…..yet another packer fan winning the off season championship

  22. TruFBFan says:
    August 7, 2018 at 7:06 pm

    skolvikings2017 says:
    August 7, 2018 at 6:51 pm
    Biggest whiner in the NFL

    Funny coming from someone who overpaid a mediocre QB when the one they had got them to the NFCCG. Like seriously funny.

    AR is the best QB in the league, by far.

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    By far? Hmm. There is a guy known as the GOAT in Foxborough right now, who, even Rodgers says is the best and “it’s not even close”. Rodgers also wears #12 for Brady.

    Give it up already, homer troll.

  23. I like all these Viking trolls . cant wait till week 2 to put Viking 0-2 . cousins wish he was even 1/4 of what Rodgers is. kirt cousins will be lucky to even put Viking 8-8 for the year.

  24. tylawspick6 says:
    August 7, 2018 at 7:09 pm
    Uh oh! An ornery Rodgers could mean trouble in Camelot!

    Uh oh! Where’s the media coverage and lies about this?

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    The goat plays in gb. We don’t want you on our packer stories, please go away ty.

  25. Cousins will destroy the Vikings. By 2020 the Vikings season ticket base will crumble – everyone can again afford to go to a game. Bub Bye Vikings. AR is top 3 in NFL.

  26. Maybe he’s a diva and maybe not, I’m probably too close to judge, but clearly the rest of the country is jealous as heck. Why would one players on another team who most of these guys don’t see on the new or read about often,d but yet they hate. As long as we still have the best QB in the NFL then who care. Hate away losers, maybe someday you’ll get a real QB.

  27. Aaron , I think you are missing Danika. You can’t wait until training camp is over ,huh bruh???!!

  28. This is our fearless leader, folks. Throwing the young guys under the bus in the media with no hesitation. He’s was a great QB (and he might still be), but he is definitely the biggest drama queen in the league. But, Ted wasted his prime and I don’t think we have enough time to rebuild before he calls it a career. Plus, with the young, deep Vikings who have dominated us by winning 4 of the last 5… It’s hard to see how we have chance. Maybe a wildcard?

  29. Aaron Rodgers ran the scout team today to help the rookie WR’s. In TitleTown excellence is expected at all times. Aaron knows these young wideouts want playing time and the way for them to get that is to be their best at all times. You want a QB/Leader that cares about not only the starters but strives to help all the players to be the best they can be.

    #100Seasons

    #PackersNation!

    #33DaysToWeek1Kickoff🏈

  30. Boneheads…he was running the scout team in prep for Thursday’s game. He called out doggers…it’s what leaders do.

    My guess is that most of the posters here never cleated up. Tomorrow, those guys he called out won’t be getting hit in the back by balls because they didn’t look back.

    Aaron did what leaders do.

  31. I almost want Aaron Rodgers to be traded or retire just so I could discuss the football team without the superfluous crap.

    Good on Aaron – let the guys know it takes more effort to secure the honor of a roster slot in the NFL than they are currently giving.

    Which they could lose at any instance, to a non-contact injury no less. Put forth your best effort guys, and hope you all stay healthy.

  32. Frustration showing as most “experts” think getting rid of Jordy Nelson was a stupid move.
    One of many being made by these overpaid office pukes.

  33. Good for him. I know the feeling. Those of us who are responsible for the most overall results in our respective occupations oftentimes have to get tough with the rank-and-file.

    You know what else?

    It works.

  34. Well, if they really are doing a piss poor job, I would hope he wouldn’t sugar coat it and tell them they are doing OK. You don’t achieve greatness by rewarding mediocrity.

  35. Aaron Rodgers is great. We can all agree on that. But answer this for me Packers fans…why does he only have as many SBs as Nick Foles and Joe Flacco? How does Eli Manning have 2 SBs? You guys all talk like you win the SB every year.

  36. I love Rodgers as much as anyone. He’s single handedly made our franchise relevant for the last decade plus. It’s sad to see it coming to an end. But, anyone who wouldn’t trade Rodgers for Brady is a homer. Brady is a winner. Rodgers is a stat guy who flames out in the playoffs.

  37. the wideouts were told to slow down their game by the coaches (coaches know aaron’s throws aren’t the same anymore).

  38. His comments had nothing to do with Jordy Nelson leaving or his contract situation. Rodgers has always expected high effort from others on the team….and he leads by example. In part of the interview, he acknowledged that the team was feeling a bit of fatigue, which is normal for every team during training camp. Let’s see how the young receivers respond…..my guess it will be with renewed focus and effort.

  39. kevines255 says:
    August 7, 2018 at 7:59 pm
    Aaron Rodgers is great. We can all agree on that. But answer this for me Packers fans…why does he only have as many SBs as Nick Foles and Joe Flacco? How does Eli Manning have 2 SBs? You guys all talk like you win the SB every year.
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    Well, the obvious, easy and truthful answer is that it’s a TEAM game. You need offense, defense, special teams and coaching to all click at the same time to win a Super Bowl. Rodgers is only responsible for one facet of that.

  40. h0metownzero says:
    August 7, 2018 at 7:01 pm
    These young guys need to learn that 13 time World Champions are held to a much, much higher standard than lesser teams around the league. Mediocre results and participant ribbons are for MN peasants.
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    This is why we troll cheesers with a big smile on our faces,

  41. Lol, heaven forbid fans criticizing a QB for throwing his teammates under the bus PUBLICLY. Nothing wrong for calling out players for lack of effort, just better served to do it privately.

  42. Packers have had a great run, with two very good QB’s.

    It’s about to end, Cheeseheads!

    Get ready for it.

  43. “Total diva. His team mates dont like him even though he is a great qb on the field.” So why is he standing up in their weddings, golfing with them and training with them in the offseason? His team mates actually speak very highly of him.

    When a Super Bowl MVP calls out his young receivers for dogging it on the scout team, he’s just teaching them that every single play/snap/practice/run through matters in the NFL. And they better show good effort or they are not gonna make the roster. He’s been a great leader for young WRs his whole career and ended up with really productive guys: Greg Jennings, James Jones, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb. All have been among the league leaders either in catches, yards or scores, because they practiced with effort and learned the offense well enough to earn snaps.

  44. Dez Bryant is still available. He doesn’t know how to run routes, but he gives good effort. Rodgers might want to rethink about whether he wants Dez on the team.

  45. Gotta love Viking fans. For years they’ve talked about how piss poor the team around Rodgers is, but as soon as Rodgers says the same thing, he’s an arrogant diva. So glad this story came along for you guys to get your frustrations out. Now go change your pants.

  46. Just pay the man! Disgruntled employees will always be negative. No need to put off the new contract any longer after seeing what all the other qb’s are being paid.

  47. Lots of wishful thinking by “also rans” in the NFCN. in 4 short weeks, Rodgers will be throwing your defenses under the bus.

    Right now, he’s just practicing. Pacticing tossing stuff under the bus. Practicing on camp meat receivers who won’t be around to watch him make NFCN defenses look learning impaired.

  48. Liberalsruineverything says:
    August 7, 2018 at 8:08 pm

    This is why we troll cheesers with a big smile on our faces,

    ++++++++

    Hey, a 13 win season and two playoff wins in like 13 years doesn’t really make Minnesota superior now does it?

    Nor does it make you inferior. But you seem to kind of think you are superior to the Packer troll, whom you admit to be trolling yourself.

    When you are the same. Kumbaya.

  49. Vikings trolls are having their fun, trolling, and that’s all well and good I suppose. But I bet the vast majority are now wondering would could been had someone told Patterson or Treadwell that they were giving piss poor effort when they were rookies.

  50. Aaron had earned the right to be a ‘coach on the field’. This has absolutely nothing to do with anything other than practice. If these young guys want to make the final roster in four weeks, they better be giving 100% on every opportunity they get. As any good football coach knows, sometimes they just need a little goading.

  51. Mister Rodgers could readily join another QB-needy team like Miami or Jacksonville, get the $150M “Guaranteed” payday and get management to saddle up a group of up-and-coming offensive stars, a la LeKing/LeBron Jamesian fashion, to seek out another Super Bowl title. Rodgers has already given Green Bay what they wanted most — a successor to Brett Favre, on which Rodgers and Coach McCarthy & Co./Team delivered another Lombardi Trophy. But it has been what, 7 years, since the Packers have even been competitive enough to get through to another NFC Conference Final. Rodgers needs to realize that, sometimes, you have to go to the talent, if it does not come to you. Miami… Jacksonville… sun, fresh air, sometimes hurricanes, but hey…

  52. ———————
    Well, the obvious, easy and truthful answer is that it’s a TEAM game. You need offense, defense, special teams and coaching to all click at the same time to win a Super Bowl. Rodgers is only responsible for one facet of that.

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    Exactly. The Packers have been blessed to have had back to back HOF QBs. Yet those have produced only 2 SBs during that time and the closest thing the Vikings had to a franchise QB was, well Brett Favre. The reality is that the Packers roster is, and usually is, trash. You are 1 Rodgers injury away from being the Browns. You rag on the Vikings signing Cousins, but it’s real simple…is he better than Case Keenum? If the answer is yes, his signing is a no-brainer. You can say they overpaid, but HOF or even franchise QBs rare hit the market. On top of Cousins, the Vikings entire core is locked up for years, outside of Anthoy Barr…but I bet you would like to see him go anyways…

  53. kevines255 says:
    August 7, 2018 at 7:59 pm

    Aaron Rodgers is great. We can all agree on that. But answer this for me Packers fans…why does he only have as many SBs as Nick Foles and Joe Flacco? How does Eli Manning have 2 SBs? You guys all talk like you win the SB every year.

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    Kevin — you’re wrong about that — we talk like we’re in the hunt for the SB every year. Which we are.

  54. beerbratscheese says:
    August 7, 2018 at 8:34 pm
    Vikings trolls are having their fun, trolling, and that’s all well and good I suppose. But I bet the vast majority are now wondering would could been had someone told Patterson or Treadwell that they were giving piss poor effort when they were rookies.
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    I’m guessing they were told that. Heck, they were benched and didn’t play much.
    They just didn’t have a teammate call them out in the media rather than man to man.

    I can now see why Aaron has no family relationships.

  55. Only person playing that is hated more is brady, must being doing something right..guess what its his job to call out wrs, adams and cobb havent been able to do anything consistantly is it surprising it may be their effort?

  56. Hey Rodgers, Dez Bryant is available. But of course, if they pay him to put on a GB uniform, that competes with the needed cap space in which to pay you what you feel you should be getting paid. Bryant won’t hold back on effort, and he will fight hard for contested passes.

    It is obvious Rodgers knows the Packers are in trouble this year. They will continue to disappoint their fans who expect them to be in the SB year in and year out, yet the team continues to underwhelm and disappoint their fans with a mediocre showing.

    Hey Packer fans – how is that non-profit, publicly owned corporation known as the Packers working out for ya?

  57. TruFBFan says:
    August 7, 2018 at 7:06 pm
    skolvikings2017 says:
    August 7, 2018 at 6:51 pm
    Biggest whiner in the NFL

    Funny coming from someone who overpaid a mediocre QB when the one they had got them to the NFCCG. Like seriously funny.

    AR is the best QB in the league, by far.
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    I never said he wasn’t good. I just said he’s the biggest whiner in the NFL and it’s true. What Cousins has to do with this is beyond me but hey GB fan, knock yourself out with whom you call the best even though there’s a much superior #12 QB in the league

  58. The Packers have become the new Colts – grab an all-star QB then short-change everything around him, squandering the opportunity to win multiple Super Bowls.

  59. Gotta love the purples. If Brady says something like this it’s fine. But if Rodgers does the same he’s “whining” and a “diva.” It’s possible that this was already addressed in the locker room and then the receivers kept not going all in, sometimes leaders like Rodgers need to call them out publicly so they will step up.

  60. It’s Rodgers. Great in the regular season. Playoffs….eh. Great stats to make him look good. Ego to make him look worse.

  61. He’s 1 of the best qb’s in league ya he’s gonna miss Jordy we’ll see what he’s about this year I’ll still draft him in fantasy football

  62. It amazes me how nobody seems to take cues from the Patriots. Tom would never talk like this. Stay positive, put the weight on your own shoulders, and don’t throw people under the bus.

  63. Aaron has already thrown his entire family under the bus, why wouldn’t throw his young teammates under it as well?

  64. Hes trying ti get young players to do their job right.

    If ur not the kind of person that tries to make others better when you spot someone doing stuff wrong, u arent a good leader or just dont care.

  65. I’m as big of a Rodgers homer as you’ll find for a Viking fan and hardly think the guy is a diva; however, an effective leader would call out his teammates in private rather than trashing them publicly. That way they get the message clearly without resenting the delivery method – that builds a stronger relationship.

  66. The Pack wr core is a huge question mark…..Pack fans have no idea what to expect.
    Drafting 3 or 4 receivers in the later part of the draft is a dicey proposition.

    If Aaron wants to let them know they need to step it up, I am ok with it. True Pack fans know that AR is not a diva and he has always been a team oriented guy.

    There is a ton of jealousy in these posts…….a lot of anguished posters wish you had him around for all these years.

    I don’t know where the Pack is headed to this year…lots of questions, but one of them is not the performance, mindset, and direction of AR. When the bell rings, and if his linemen can keep him healthy, they will be very competitive.

  67. If Stafford or even Cousins did this I would applaud them. It’s leadership. Watch how these young WRs respond. One or more will step up.

    If Aaron called out the D linemen, he oversteps his bounds. But this is sending a message to those who need to hear it. GB needs at least one of these young guys to step up into the 4th WR role. It’ll happen.

    As for those who voted thumbs down, I get your reasoning. I’d hate to have to go up against the 13-time world champions twice a year. Especially if my team has never won anything.

  68. Vikings did have a franchise at one time his name was Francis Asbury Tarkenton.He held most all of the passing records until a guy named Marino came along.

  69. Vikings did have a franchise at one time his name was Francis Asbury Tarkenton.He held most all of the passing records until a guy named Marino came along

  70. beerbratscheese says:
    August 7, 2018 at 8:08 pm
    kevines255 says:
    August 7, 2018 at 7:59 pm
    Aaron Rodgers is great. We can all agree on that. But answer this for me Packers fans…why does he only have as many SBs as Nick Foles and Joe Flacco? How does Eli Manning have 2 SBs? You guys all talk like you win the SB every year.
    ———————
    Well, the obvious, easy and truthful answer is that it’s a TEAM game. You need offense, defense, special teams and coaching to all click at the same time to win a Super Bowl. Rodgers is only responsible for one facet of that.

    ————-
    Actually by taking up a large percentage of the Packers available salary he is responsible for the quality of players the Packers can afford to hire into those other positions. And he wants even more….. what does that tell you?

  71. marvin1958 says:

    Lots of wishful thinking by “also rans” in the NFCN. in 4 short weeks, Rodgers will be throwing your defenses under the bus.
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    Marvin

    Remind me who has won the NFC North 2 of the last 3 seasons.

    Remind who has beat the Packers 4 out of their last 5 games.

    Carry on… 😀

  72. gtodriver says:
    August 8, 2018 at 7:37 am
    Marvin. Remind me who has won the NFC North 2 of the last 3 seasons. Remind who has beat the Packers 4 out of their last 5 games.
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    Attaboy.

  73. Rodgers is still not happy Jordy is gone. lol

    He’s the best QB ever IMO. He just didn’t play with a top 10 defense every year like Brady has.

  74. silvernblacksabbath says:
    August 8, 2018 at 8:46 am
    Rodgers is still not happy Jordy is gone. lol

    He’s the best QB ever IMO. He just didn’t play with a top 10 defense every year like Brady has.

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    Here’s the problem with your post. It’s 100% wrong.

  75. When in the hell did Brady ever say something like this? Yeah Giselle went off once after a SB loss but Brady himself has never publicly thrown teammates under the bus. Peyton on the other hand…

  76. Actually by taking up a large percentage of the Packers available salary he is responsible for the quality of players the Packers can afford to hire into those other positions.
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    Tom Brady 2018 cap number – $22,000,000
    Aaron Rodgers 2018 cap number – 20,500,000 and some change

    .. the difference regarding the teams is the genius that resides at the top of the Patriots food chain.

  77. It’s Rodgers. Great in the regular season. Playoffs….eh.
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    Wrong.

    he’s the 3rd highest active rated post-season passer. Within 1 big game of retaking the top spot, which he held the overwhelming majority of his career.

    Lets talk aobut the Packers defense in the Playoffs?.. no, check that, we can’t.. they couldn’t stop a group of angry Girl Scouts.

  78. Speaking of divas, it’s always fun watching certain people reach; especially since the best receiver they ever had openly “took plays off.” Just think, if the Vikings had had a QB with the stones to set Moss straight, the sky may have been the limit. Instead… well, you know what happened better than anybody… not much.

  79. In my opinion he’s the best player in the NFL at his position. Too bad his word is worthless. How many bets has he welched on?

  80. The funniest thing about all the Viking trolls badmouthing Rodgers, is how quickly they’d throw out rose petals in his path if he was on their team instead of ours.

    Predictably boring.

  81. He has a right to be pissed. They got rid of his QB coach. They got rid of his best friend on the team, his favorite target. Nine QBs are making more money than him. And the whole time he’s been in GB, the team has never been a major player in free agency. Favre had the same complaint, which is the reason why, despite having had two first-ballot Hall of Famers at QB since 1992, they only have two titles to show for it.

  82. You know who doesn’t whine to the public about his teammates’ performance and roster decisions? The one and only true GOAT – Tom Brady.

  83. ehsguy72 says:
    August 7, 2018 at 7:08 pm
    From what I saw of Jordy Nelson last year he was constantly injured and could not get open with any degree of regularity.He looked like a guy that had gotten old very quickly. So I’m not surprised GB got rid of him. What does surprise me is that GB didn’t do more in the off season to give AR some more weapons.

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    AR played a huge part in their 2017 championship run too. Oh, wait.

  84. Rodgers and the receivers will be fine. The bigger question in GB is how well the defense improves. Rodgers is soo good you can take people off the street and play well.

  85. stellarperformance says:

    August 8, 2018 at 9:22 am

    The funniest thing about all the Viking trolls badmouthing Rodgers, is how quickly they’d throw out rose petals in his path if he was on their team instead of ours.

    Predictably boring.

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    When your right, your right? What fan wouldn’t want him on their team?

  86. Lousy timing to go after his young receivers–all of whom are making peanuts on their rookie deals compared to what Rodgers earns–the same day he goes on a tirade about how there shouldn’t be salary caps or franchise tags so big stars like himself could earn even more money. You get the idea his ideal structure would be himself out-earning the owner while the rest of the team all shared rooms in a flophouse.

  87. stellarperformance says:
    August 8, 2018 at 9:22 am
    The funniest thing about all the Viking trolls badmouthing Rodgers, is how quickly they’d throw out rose petals in his path if he was on their team instead of ours.

    Predictably boring.
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    The real funniest thing the cheese trolls don’t realize is Erin would love to play for the Vikings so he could slap around the organization that wasted his career just like Favre.

  88. iani1985 says:
    August 7, 2018 at 10:30 pm
    Lots of packer fans on a Vikings thread again!

    How within any stretch of reality is this a Vikings thread. Stupid and ignorant is no way to go through life. You better wake up.

  89. Liberalsruineverything says:

    August 8, 2018 at 10:55 am

    stellarperformance says:
    August 8, 2018 at 9:22 am
    The funniest thing about all the Viking trolls badmouthing Rodgers, is how quickly they’d throw out rose petals in his path if he was on their team instead of ours.

    Predictably boring.
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    The real funniest thing the cheese trolls don’t realize is Erin would love to play for the Vikings so he could slap around the organization that wasted his career just like Favre.

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    I think the answer to this is Yes and no.

    Yes – in the sense the Vikings have a better overall roster and might make it easier for him to win. He wouldn’t have to be a super hero every week with a defense backing him up.

    No – I don’t think Rodgers has anything Green Bay and I don’t think he ever will. He seems to like it there, Green Bay has a better tradition of winning. Also if Rodgers want to make more money he would have better luck doing that in Green Bay.

  90. Liberalsruineverything says:
    August 8, 2018 at 10:55 am
    The real funniest thing the cheese trolls don’t realize is Erin would love to play for the Vikings so he could slap around the organization that wasted his career just like Favre.
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    Wasted career? You’re a Viking fan and you’re comfortable calling out another team for wasting careers??????

    That’s rich.

    By the way……the Vikings ended Favre’s career by forcing him to play behind a turnstile O-line. That’s a career-waster in itself.

  91. stellarperformance says:
    August 8, 2018 at 12:01 pm
    Liberalsruineverything says:
    August 8, 2018 at 10:55 am
    The real funniest thing the cheese trolls don’t realize is Erin would love to play for the Vikings so he could slap around the organization that wasted his career just like Favre.
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    Wasted career? You’re a Viking fan and you’re comfortable calling out another team for wasting careers??????

    That’s rich.

    By the way……the Vikings ended Favre’s career by forcing him to play behind a turnstile O-line. That’s a career-waster in itself.
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    You cheesers want it both ways I guess. You say Super Bowls are all that matters then say your guy with one ring is the goat. Well he better hop to it because he can’t even seam to catch Eli in that category. He might end up being like Johnson, Flacco, Dilfer and Hostetler.
    Your rules, not mine.

  92. The only thing worse than Rodgers throwing his teammates under the bus are those who defend this diva. Rodgers is a player, not management and not on the coaching staff. In my opinion when a player assumes this role, he is over the top into himself. That much is pretty clear.

    stellarperformance says:

    Wasted career? You’re a Viking fan and you’re comfortable calling out another team for wasting careers??????

    That’s rich.

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    Have to admit a good point when one is made. Minnesota has wasted far more careers than the Green Bay Packers.

  93. You cheesers want it both ways I guess. You say Super Bowls are all that matters then say your guy with one ring is the goat. Well he better hop to it because he can’t even seam to catch Eli in that category. He might end up being like Johnson, Flacco, Dilfer and Hostetler. Your rules, not mine.
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    I don’t see many “cheesers” saying that at all.

    I see cheesers of the opposite variety, that seem to be okay with Mike McCarthy getting taken behind the woodshed in the Divisional Round every season.

  94. Rodger 8s lighting a fire under some butts. Translated, he is saying these guys need to get it together or they will be working at McDonald’s in a few weeks. McDonald’s, the place where most scholarship athletes are qualified to work after graduation.

  95. Maybe the problem is that millennials need Aaron to explain “why” they need to run the correct routes! Either that or, like alot of college scholarship athletes today, they’re just stupid.

  96. shlort says:
    August 8, 2018 at 5:44 pm
    Rodger 8s lighting a fire under some butts. Translated, he is saying these guys need to get it together or they will be working at McDonald’s in a few weeks. McDonald’s, the place where most scholarship athletes are qualified to work after graduatioN

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    I get a kick out of the McDonalds analogies. These guys have enough money to buy a McDonald’s franchise and then hire you.

  97. He’s just being honest. Hate all you want, easy to get on the arrogance wagon. Fact is the guy is a badass and the haters are jealous. I like reading all these hate comments because they crack me up. For real, it’s pretty hilarious how much AR bothers y’all.

  98. Well, when you suck up the whole payroll, who do you expect the Packers the bring in? The Packers have 5th round draft guys as starters. That’s how stupid they are. The Packers have made Rodgers useless by giving him all the money on the payroll and now he has to dumb himself down to match the crappy caliber players.

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