Where could Aaron Rodgers play in 2021, if not Green Bay?

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Many believe that, because of his contract and cap charges, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will spend at least two more years in Green Bay. As recently explained, however, the Packers would save nearly $4.8 million in cap space and $22 million in cash by trading Rodgers after the 2020 season.

So if the Packers trade Rodgers after the 2020 season, where could he go? Let’s consider the possibilities.

Green Bay surely wouldn’t send Rodgers to another team in the division. When trading Brett Favre to the Jets in 2008, the Packers included a term escalating the price to three first-round picks if the Jets re-traded Favre to the Vikings, Bears, or Lions. And the Packers likely wouldn’t want to send him to a contender elsewhere in the conference; thus, while speculation about Rodgers landing with the 49ers is fascinating, the Packers probably wouldn’t want to send Rodgers home.

So it makes sense to look to the AFC for potential locations for Rodgers, and the one team that stands out the most (sorry, Derek Carr) is the Raiders. Jon Gruden, Aaron Rodgers, the Silver and Black. Las Vegas. It just makes too much sense to not happen.

Other AFC teams that could be interested include the Patriots (if Jarrett Stidham doesn’t pan out), the Colts (if they don’t have a strong post-Philip Rivers option), the Jaguars (if Gardner Minshew II isn’t the guy), the Broncos (if Drew Lock fails to become the guy many believe he will be), and the Browns (if 2020 Baker Mayfield looks more like 2019 than 2018).

Then there are the Jets, again. What if Sam Darnold doesn’t do enough this year to cement his grip on the job? What if the Jets opt for the same kind of all-in move that was made 12 years ago, when the Jets acquired Favre?

However it plays out, Rodgers could be playing his way out of Green Bay this year. His destination for 2020 could be an even bigger story than #Tommy2.0 in 2020.

100 responses to “Where could Aaron Rodgers play in 2021, if not Green Bay?

  1. Just maybe he won’t be going any where. There must be other story’s out there than to keep bringing up AR, and Green Bay.

  2. …and Chris…your dad was a class act. For Pete’s sake try to live up to that and stop licking this guy’s boot heels

  3. The actions taken by the FO recently as it pertains to Rodgers, it may be safe to think that this FO wouldn’t care about Rodgers playing for a Divisional rival because they’re feeling the Love. How else can the FO justify the trade up other than showing they’re not afraid of playing against Rodgers twice a year. As a Packer, I would be demanding they show how convinced they were that Love is the future. They won’t be winning a SB with Rodgers now, so prove you can win one without and against him.

  4. fngs1 says:
    May 5, 2020 at 11:28 pm
    Just maybe he won’t be going any where. There must be other story’s out there than to keep bringing up AR, and Green Bay.
    ————————————

    You must have missed it but the Packers moved up in the first round to draft a quarterback. Just FYI….

  5. Packer fans are peeing themselves with every mention. Don’t worry, they’ll keep posting how “this will only make Rodgers stronger for another decade in Green Bay” or “you guys have nothing else to talk about” comments. Whatever helps them sleep at night with their Rodgers blow up dolls and fat heads.

  6. If Mayfield and Darnold are on the ‘if they don’t pan out’ list, so should Josh Allen. They’ve all shown some potential, but none have yet earned a contract extension worth upwards of $100 mil yet. And if Allen doesn’t prove to be the man with a strong supporting cast around him, Rodgers might be the quickest and easiest solution to saving Beane and McDermott’s jobs, who have otherwise done a pretty solid job of building a potential contender.

  7. Only Tampa Bay or maybe Denver would be interested in a 38yr old qb unless he came at a bargain price. No one wants a qb that age unless they’re willing to mentor a their backup. Rodgers doesn’t.

  8. He will be linked to the Raiders until he ends up staying in Green Bay

  9. Fake football news …

    Rodgers isnt going anywhere.

    Love wont develop that fast, unless Rodgers gets hurt but can Love keep the job ?

  10. I don’t know who wants Rodgers off Green Bay’s roster more… Florio or Zimmer.

  11. The Packers would be insane to trade Rodgers all so that an unproven Jordan Love can take over when the odds of Love being the next Mahomes or being as good as Rodgers are slim to none.

  12. He would go to the Lions and laugh when he takes them to the playoffs this year. 😜

  13. Of course Shanahan wants him, we all know he loves a QB that runs his own plays and disregards what Shanahan wants.

  14. Being that it’s Aaron Rodgers in his prime, no one seems to be taking into account that he’s likely to have another All-Pro type of year with a decent chance for a deep playoff run. If the Packers go back to the NFC Championship Game (OR win it) AR isn’t going anywhere.

  15. If Aaron really wants to win another championship, and a trade was definitely gonna happen he’d probably push to be traded to New England if they wanted him.

  16. Another likely destination is Bucs if Brady’s injured, or retires in Jan. But Rodgers won’t be wanted in NE: they’re not a perennial loser desperate for a quick, short-term expensive boost, but as a long-successful org only interested in the next franchiser, and prepared to be patient.

  17. I can’t wait until Deion, Brett Favre, and AJ Hawk chime in on this topic. Thrilling stuff.

  18. Since they can’t move him even if they wanted to till 2022 at the earliest this is a moot point.

  19. cromagarmy76 says:

    Being that it’s Aaron Rodgers in his prime, no one seems to be taking into account that he’s likely to have another All-Pro type of year with a decent chance for a deep playoff run. If the Packers go back to the NFC Championship Game (OR win it) AR isn’t going anywhere.
    ###

    Rodgers needed the Zebras helping out in multiple games (twice against Detroit alone) to have the season he did last year.

    Did you notice what the Packers didn’t do in the draft this year? They didn’t draft anyone that will help the team be better in 2020.

    Did you notice what most every team the Packers will play this season did in the draft? Virtually everyone one of them added talent that should help in 2020.

    So as Rodgers continues to decline and has less talent to work with, you’re hypothesizing that Rodgers will do as well or better than 2019???

    Put down the crack pipe long enough to get a look at reality. Denial is not a good look.

  20. To really answer the question, anywhere he wants to that they are willing to pay him. Not really that hard a question. Plus, I havent heard from Rogers he wanted to leave at all. So where is the news?

  21. herbalicious187 says:
    May 6, 2020 at 3:48 am
    I don’t know who wants Rodgers off Green Bay’s roster more… Florio or Zimmer.

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

    Considering one works for the other, I’d guess it’s about even.

  22. gtodriver says:
    May 6, 2020 at 7:16 am
    cromagarmy76 says:

    Being that it’s Aaron Rodgers in his prime

    ——

    Someone should tell this years’ rookies that they will not be in their prime until they are 36

  23. I really am enjoying that one individual in WV, is SO MAD that Aaron Rodgers will be in Green Bay until the heir to the throne is ready.

    This individual is also SO MAD about the fact that when J-🖤 does indeed take over, then Green Bay is again nicely set up at QB until at least 2034.

    Don’t hate, congratulate! The Kings Of The North, then, now, and forever!👏☝💪

    #OneTeamOneNation

    #PackerNation!

  24. The recent infatuation with all the Rodgers articles kind of makes me miss the Kapernick days.

  25. All this noise for a “superstar” whose teams win only half of their road games…

  26. If the Packers don’t think Rodgers is capable of winning, they should try to send him to the best NFC team. You know, sabotage your arch rival by giving them Aaron Rodgers. Geez this new coach is a genius.

  27. He will ride off into the sunset and not look back. He has fame, fortune, and his place in the HOF (if that matters to him) is assured. He has no reason to play, even THIS year.

    Don’t be surprised if he is the first high profile sports figure to retire early because of Covid19.

  28. Giving up a low 1st for a developmental QB is what it is… no big deal. Love will sit for 3 years like Rodgers did and they will reevaluate at that time. This is their approach and it worked last time. No need to trade Rodgers early and no need for constant speculation otherwise. Let Love sit and learn for a few years. Also, A decent backup QB is a good idea during COVID seasons…

  29. Not an NFC north guy, but more and more I find it’s so easy to not like Rodgers. He plays interviews by saying one thing (the right thing) but his actions are always whiney, entitled, or petty.

  30. Rodgers isn’t going anywhere for at least three years. Why would he? He’s under contract and he’s playing very well. Last season the whole team had an all-new playcalling scheme to learn, new rookie coach, front office change-up, and a group of receivers after Adams that never stepped up. He nearly averaged double-digit receivers all season long. Do you know how hard it is to track to your fourth or fifth option? Under those difficult and demanding circumstances, he still outperformed every other quarterback in the division, and led the Packers to a 13-3 record and a berth in the NFCCG. If that’s diminishing skills, I’ll take it. He has a back-up that won’t be ready, if ever, for at least two years. Enough already with the clickbait. Rodgers is still the biggest difference among all NFCN teams and their expectations of success.

    Thanks for caring, but nothing has changed.

  31. Since the GB selection of Jordan Love has caused such a massive overreaction by every Barney who owns their own Commodore Vic 20, one can only wonder what’s next?

    Is this going to rank as one of Loserville’s top 5 sports stories of the decade 10 years from now? 🤣

    We all know that a Packer injury made the list last time, why not something as monumentally important to them as this too.
    Since they simply don’t have enough redeeming sports stories of their own to choose from. 🙃

  32. Here’s another dead horse the trolls love to beat.

    Since Rodgers became a starter in 2008, the Packers’ average rank in net differential from penalties incurred or awarded is 12.17. The Vikings’ average rank is 12.92. They’re side-by-side in a virtual tie. These are facts, not opinions. The conclusion that can be drawn isn’t how lucky the Packers are, it’s that Viking trolls are whiners.

  33. We need to start speculating about which receivers he’ll want to add to the imaginary team that he will be on after we invent the ridiculous story about GB trading him.

  34. He plays interviews by saying one thing (the right thing) but his actions are always whiney, entitled, or petty.
    ——
    He hasn’t said a word about the situation. How is that any of those things?

  35. hawkkiller says:
    The Packers would be insane to trade Rodgers all so that an unproven Jordan Love can take over when the odds of Love being the next Mahomes or being as good as Rodgers are slim to none.
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    Pre-draft,
    The Packers would be insane to draft for the future, when the window is open right now. They were 13-3 and in the NFC championship. Retool and make a run for it.

    Instead they use the 1st and 4th round picks on the 4th best QB who wont help now, and then they dont even draft a receiver. This is not the same as when a projected #1(Rodgers) fell to the Packers

  36. cookerduff123 says:
    May 6, 2020 at 8:52 am
    Not an NFC north guy, but more and more I find it’s so easy to not like Rodgers. He plays interviews by saying one thing (the right thing) but his actions are always whiney, entitled, or petty.
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    You’re disconnected. You’re choosing to feel that way because jealous haters have influenced you to feel that way. Rodgers is the opposite of your description. Always has been. Give specific examples without twisting the truth (Viking trolls,) or deceiving by omission (Viking trolls.)

  37. I think Aaron in the black and silver would be cool. I think it would add to the Raider dynamics and boost the AFC as far as competition to watch would go… Watch Mahomes and Rodgers 2 times a year would be real cool….

    Don’t want him in NE though too much of a diva for our taste.

  38. Unless someone blows them away with an offer, why would GB need to trade him? If he is still playing well, use him up, develop the kid, and then let him leave when his deal is up.

  39. Aaron Rogers remaining the Packers’ QB into 2021 and beyond.

    To quote Florio, “It just makes too much sense to not happen.”

  40. jimmygeewhiz says:
    May 6, 2020 at 9:24 am
    Aaron Rogers remaining the Packers’ QB into 2021 and beyond. To quote Florio, “It just makes too much sense to not happen.”
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    It’s not healthy to believe everything you hear.

    President Trump suggested on Thursday at a White House briefing that an injection inside the human body with a disinfectant like bleach or isopropyl alcohol could help combat the virus. “And then I see the disinfectant, where it knocks it out in a minute.”

  41. This team isn’t going to contend anyways this year. Reaching for a noodle arm QB is not the answer.

  42. Maybe he’ll get traded to the Jets then sign with the Vikings for a few years if Cousins doesn’t lead them to the promised land. Sound familiar?

  43. I so seldom agree with Florio it’s the same as never but he’s right here, The Raiders and Rodgers are a perfect fit.

  44. well, seeing as how there probably won’t be a 2020 season. Green Bay.

    Or he could retire…

  45. I love how draftnicks are appointing Love as the 2and coming of Mahomes….Rodgers will be a Packer for at least 3 or 4 more years.

  46. stellarperformance says:
    May 6, 2020 at 8:59 am
    Here’s another dead horse the trolls love to beat.

    Since Rodgers became a starter in 2008, the Packers’ average rank in net differential from penalties incurred or awarded is 12.17. The Vikings’ average rank is 12.92. They’re side-by-side in a virtual tie. These are facts, not opinions. The conclusion that can be drawn isn’t how lucky the Packers are, it’s that Viking trolls are whiners.
    _________

    Hey Now, don’t you dare use a reasonable, well thought out argument to combat these trolls and their constant misinformation and ignorance.
    You should know by now that the truth and facts are the Barneys Kryptonite.

  47. The bigger question is where will Carson Wentz end up. Eagles picked a qb to replace a much younger starter prone to injury..

  48. This Aaron Rodgers trade nonsense is created by the media and nitwit fans who hate Rodgers. They want Aaron out of Green Bay because they know he’s the best QB in the division and as long as he’s there, the Packers are legitimate Super Bowl contenders.

  49. The question I have for all you Rodgers-is-being-traded advocates is this — how come you aren’t ranting that the Saints will trade Drew Brees since they just gave Taysom Hill a 21 million dollar contract (for 2 years)?
    And how come you’re not saying the same thing about Dak Prescott, since the Cowboys just signed Andy Dalton?
    The answer is — of course — that you hate Aaron Rodgers so much that it makes you delusional.

  50. nyneal says:

    The question I have for all you Rodgers-is-being-traded advocates is this — how come you aren’t ranting that the Saints will trade Drew Brees since they just gave Taysom Hill a 21 million dollar contract (for 2 years)?

    Earth to nyn…

    The Saints just signed Brees to his current contract.

    Taysom is the heir apparent when Brees retires.

    You need to keep up with current events.

  51. cellarperformance says

    Rodgers isn’t going anywhere for at least three years.
    ###

    You could be right.

    If no one is willing to accept his contract, the Packers are stuck with him. And they can’t afford the consequences if they cut him…

  52. …and Chris…your dad was a class act. For Pete’s sake try to live up to that and stop licking this guy’s boot heels
    —————–
    I’ll go further…. stop ruining Florio’s show. It’s great with Florio alone and can’t miss with big cat fridays but can’t stand the “ok, I get it”, butchered grammar, and lame analysis. put old phil on instead, cbs doesn’t appreciate him.

  53. A bit of time seeing Jordan Love up close and personal against NFL defenses will do wonders for repairing the Packers relationship with Rodgers. That pick is going to eventually cost some people their jobs.

  54. It’s quite telling that the trolls labeling Rodgers a “spoiled diva” and blaming his successes in Green Bay on tin-foil hat conspiracies of referee collusion are literally spazzing out at the ridiculous notion that there is a chance that Rodgers might be playing for their team in 2021.

    Quite telling indeed.

  55. nyneal says:
    May 6, 2020 at 10:06 am

    The question I have for all you Rodgers-is-being-traded advocates is this — how come you aren’t ranting that the Saints will trade Drew Brees since they just gave Taysom Hill a 21 million dollar contract (for 2 years)?
    And how come you’re not saying the same thing about Dak Prescott, since the Cowboys just signed Andy Dalton?
    The answer is — of course — that you hate Aaron Rodgers so much that it makes you delusional.

    ————————-

    Its really simple, there isn’t and discourse or disconnect between Brees and Sean Payton. So Love is as good as Dalton now? The kid hasn’t played a down yet. Dalton is insurance because of Dak goes down at least you have a vet for a back up. As we have seen in the past when Rodgers goes down, in the classic Bill Paxton line from Aliens…”Its Game over man GAME OVER!”…….they signed Dalton for what 3 or 4 Million for a year? Pretty inexpensive really for a veteran back up.

    Packers fans L-WAR (Life Without Aaron Rodgers) is coming no matter how hard you think it isn’t. All the signs point to it. You all act like Aaron is untouchable, your organization traded up for the future, which the are banking on with Love. As much as they are playing nice in front of the camera you can tell there is a lot more to the story.

    I cannot see the idolization and putting this player Rodgers on a pedestal, one Super Bowl win, that is all he has. Packers should trade him while he still has some value. Oh everything will be okay as long as the winning continues but if it doesn’t betrayal and lies will eventually come to the surface. If you wanna clean house properly you need to move the couch and not just vacuum around it.

    The guy hasn’t won on the West Coast since 2016 and as of now I don’t foresee the road to the Super Bowl going through Green Bay anytime soon. It goes thru Frisco as of now maybe the year after as well.

    Packers fans you are confusing hate with destiny, Rodgers destiny lies beyond the land of cheese, Old Style beer and brats.

  56. His destination for 2020 could be an even bigger story than #Tommy2.0 in 2020?
    Doubtful, TB12 is the GOAT, Rodgers is just a good QB.

  57. Wherever Rodgers feel will best allow his passive aggressive throwing coaches under the bus and giving his receivers the stink eye for every incomplete pass. Buyer beware.

  58. As a Vikings fan, these articles are obviously a ton of fun. Packer trolls are losing their minds. Now, to dispel everything they think. We Vikings fans realize now is the time we want Rodgers to stay as a Packer. He is declining. We are happy to have him remain a Packer for years and years to come. No, he isn’t bad. But Packer trolls tell us Cousins is bad, and Rodgers had an identical season to Cousins last year. Think on that.

  59. Get Brady back in the spotlight Rodgers is just not pretty enough to be DIVA of the month.

  60. stellarperformance says:
    May 6, 2020 at 8:59 am
    Here’s another dead horse the trolls love to beat.

    —-

    Actually I only see one guy who keeps bringing this up

  61. I think there are a few more you can add to that list. The Saints and Steelers could have vacancies if Brees/Ben retires, and they will likely have a supporting cast that’s ready to contend. You might be able to throw the Buccs into that mix too if father time finally catches up to him this season. What if Dak runs himself out of Dallas with his contract demands. You don’t think Jerry would take Rodgers over Andy Dalton?

  62. aaron likes golfing. He should hang it up & put around with his peers. Like trent dilfer.

  63. hawkkiller says:
    May 6, 2020 at 4:11 am

    The Packers would be insane to trade Rodgers all so that an unproven Jordan Love can take over when the odds of Love being the next Mahomes or being as good as Rodgers are slim to none.
    __________

    That’s exactly why they would do it.

  64. > But Packer trolls tell us Cousins is bad, and Rodgers had an identical season
    > to Cousins last year. Think on that.

    Are you serious? Let’s look at the stats that really matter:

    Rodgers Post-Season Record:

    Appearances: 18
    Wins: 10
    Super Bowl Wins: 1

    Cousins Post-Season Record:

    Appearances: 4
    Wins: 1
    Super Bowl Wins: 0

    It looks to me like you overpaid.

  65. Do Packer fans really believe Gutey and LaFleur traded up in the first round to draft a quarterback because they want a good backup for the next three years of Rodgers’ career? Teams don’t draft quarterbacks in the first round because they want them to sit on the bench. The team wants to move on from Rodgers and the fans can’t accept that fact. Either they see Rodgers’ play is declining or they can’t stand his attitude, but their actions suggest the opposite of what the fans are saying right now.

  66. Aaron to Jordan. ‘Ok, now stand here like this. No. Like this, I can’t tell if you’re actually paying attention or looking somewhere else. Cross your arms, or stand with your hand on your hips. Now, when you’re standing here make sure you look either completely disgusted or that you’ve already seen this a million times. Good. Now. Remember, you’re going to have to carry this entire organization on your shoulders so don’t fracture them by falling incorrectly after a clean hit. At least look slightly interested while they’re getting blown again. It’ll happen, a lot. I know, I know. Early in your career you’re really going to try, but trust me, the management will screw it up so bad again and again that you’ll eventually just accept it and cash the check because management screws it up so bad. And that’s why you’re here. Got it? Good.’

  67. bethesdasquare says:
    May 6, 2020 at 11:52 am

    > But Packer trolls tell us Cousins is bad, and Rodgers had an identical season
    > to Cousins last year. Think on that.

    Are you serious? Let’s look at the stats that really matter:

    Rodgers Post-Season Record:

    Appearances: 18
    Wins: 10
    Super Bowl Wins: 1

    Cousins Post-Season Record:

    Appearances: 4
    Wins: 1
    Super Bowl Wins: 0

    It looks to me like you overpaid.
    ———————————————–
    Dude, re-read what he wrote……last year, those are key words…lol……….not career.

  68. It would be funny if Rodgers goes to Tampa after Brady is done in two years. They will become a haven for QBs over 40!

  69. Who wouldnt want Rodgers? According to the media, his one SB win (same as Nick Foles and Trent Dilfer) puts him on the NFL’s Mt. Rushmore of all time QB greats. SMH.

  70. I’m pretty sure his passive / aggressive coach undermining BS would end very abruptly if he went to the Patriots.

  71. conormacleod says:
    May 6, 2020 at 10:46 am
    But Packer trolls tell us Cousins is bad, and Rodgers had an identical season to Cousins last year. Think on that.
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    I did think on that. Rodgers didn’t have the three best wide receivers that ever played for one team, the best RB that ever played, or a “most vaunted” defense 10 years running. He still outperformed Cousins.

    Scoreboard.

  72. One question: Unless Jordan Love proves to be a much more promising prospect than all the experts are saying, why would the Packers push Rodgers out the door? The entire premise of this idea that Rodgers will be forced out is based on Love proving to be a quality starter.

  73. dak wants 40 a year.. what a story it would be , Aaron reunites with Mike McCarthy in Dallas and the best offence he ever has played with. Wins a Super Bowl.

  74. Since 1995 only 3 QBs that cost their team more than 10% of the cap have won a SB and 11 times since 2000 a QB on a rookie contract has won the SB, those are pretty telling stats!

  75. Rodgers will be playing in Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on February 7, 2021.

  76. Dallas, Denver, NYJ or Tampa or LAR once they’re convinced Goff is not very good.

  77. This year is a win/win for the Broncos. Either Lock succeeds and Broncos are better off with a young QB or Lock fails and Broncos bring in Rodgers after next season who would have a wealth of young explosive talent on offense.

  78. I could see the Raiders. They will probably be looking to move on from Carr, AFC team more likely trade partner. Could be Grudens Gannon, but better. I still dont get why Green Bay isnt all in with Rodgers. It does feel like Rodgers + Green Bay is about over.

  79. Of course it would not be smart to trade within the division but Favre went to the Vikings. Rogers in a Bears uniform would be hilarious.

  80. Longtimepackerfan says:
    May 6, 2020 at 4:36 pm
    Rodgers will be playing in Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on February 7, 2021.
    ————————————————————————-

    Only if he can win on the West Coast which he hasn’t done since 2016………..hahahahahahhahaha

  81. conormacleod says:
    May 6, 2020 at 10:46 am
    As a Vikings fan, these articles are obviously a ton of fun. Packer trolls are losing their minds. Now, to dispel everything they think. We Vikings fans realize now is the time we want Rodgers to stay as a Packer. He is declining. We are happy to have him remain a Packer for years and years to come. No, he isn’t bad. But Packer trolls tell us Cousins is bad, and Rodgers had an identical season to Cousins last year. Think on that.

    ……..

    Vikings have a long time to wait to catch up to Rodgers’ 13-8-1 record v. MIN. Especially if they keep getting swept in the division with their “vaunted” defense.

  82. herbalicious187 says:
    May 7, 2020 at 10:59 am
    conormacleod says:
    May 6, 2020 at 10:46 am
    As a Vikings fan, these articles are obviously a ton of fun. Packer trolls are losing their minds. Now, to dispel everything they think. We Vikings fans realize now is the time we want Rodgers to stay as a Packer. He is declining. We are happy to have him remain a Packer for years and years to come. No, he isn’t bad. But Packer trolls tell us Cousins is bad, and Rodgers had an identical season to Cousins last year. Think on that.

    ……..

    Vikings have a long time to wait to catch up to Rodgers’ 13-8-1 record v. MIN. Especially if they keep getting swept in the division with their “vaunted” defense.

    ——————————-

    It won’t take long once Rodgers get traded after this year. Last year the Packers ran up a quick 21 points in the first meeting and were stumped the rest of the game which was the whole second half. 11 consecutive drives without any points. Then you played against a third string running back in the second matchup and sans Thielen and the headlines read “Packers have a Super Bowl Defense”……lol Fast forward to the play-offs and barely beat a very banged up Seattle team, then the Packers were totally exposed by the 9ers in the Championship game by 20 some points at the half.Hell The Vikings were not even down by that much at the half.

    L-WAR is coming and there is nothing you can do, your QB Diva in not untouchable and he will force a trade just like Diggs did. By the end of this year packer fans will all crawl back into your holes like a Gollum and be irrelevant for the next 23 years like you were in the 70’s and part of the 80s.

    Bawmp Bawmp Ba baw baw Bawp
    BLOW PACK BLOW

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