Matt LaFleur: We’ll have one plan for camp regardless of who is QB

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Packers head coach Matt LaFleur has said he remains hopeful about quarterback Aaron Rodgers rejoining the team for the 2021 season, but there’s been no sign that his hope will be fulfilled to this point in the offseason.

The Packers have wrapped up their offseason program and that means attention now turns to training camp. LaFleur was asked if the team’s approach for the summer will change based on whether Rodgers or Jordan Love is in line to be the starting quarterback.

LaFleur said the team won’t be changing plans if Rodgers changes his.

“We’ll have one plan,” LaFleur said, via Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com. “We’ve kind of pretty much laid that out. Just going to fine-tune some things over the next few weeks in terms of the logistics of our schedule and whatnot. We’ve got what we feel is a pretty good blueprint in terms of how to get our guys ready to play. Obviously, it is a little bit different this year in terms of the number of preseason games and then you compare it to last year, so you’re kind of leaning back on the 2019 season. We feel confident with what we’ll have in place with the guys. We’ll look forward to getting them back July 27.”

While the team might approach camp the same way under any circumstances, the overall feel of the team going into the season is going to have a lot to do with who is taking the snaps.

13 responses to “Matt LaFleur: We’ll have one plan for camp regardless of who is QB

  1. We’ve got what we feel is a pretty good blueprint in terms of how to get our guys ready to play.
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    Grovel to Rodgers then insult him them more groveling is a blueprint?

  2. Any drama in GB always gives us a glimmer of hope in Minny . . . only to have 60 years of history come crashing down around us again.

  3. No groveling; respect has to flow in every direction. Players play; management manages; coaches coach. Anything less is a recipe for disaster.

  4. I dont know…Rodgers is looking kind of slim and out of nfl shape. Good thing for green bay they were proactive in looking for his replacement sooner than later. Otherwise they would be in a very bad spot right now. Hats off Pack brass!

  5. @cheeseisfattening looks like your obsession caused you to forget to switch to 1 of your other burner accounts.

  6. Seriously, LaFleur isn’t being honest.

    If you have one plan, regardless of whether your QB is Aaron Rodgers or Jordan Love, you really don’t have any plan at all.

    Two different QB’s of vastly different styles, talents and experience says that 2 different plans are needed.

  7. One system. LaFleur’s. Here’s how you run it. “Hey you, come here!”

    Next.

  8. Matt LaFleur needs to stop wanting to ‘have his cake and eat it too.’ He needs to quit acting like a jilted lover and put and end to the Rodgers romance. Focus on Love instead.

  9. We’ll have one plan,” LaFleur said

    Not sure kicking a field goal in the red zone offense is going to fool anyone, anymore

  10. wilkersonswobblykankles says:
    June 18, 2021 at 9:01 am
    We’ll have one plan,” LaFleur said

    Not sure kicking a field goal in the red zone offense is going to fool anyone, anymore

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    All the noise about LaFleur choosing to go for the field goal was Rodgers’ passive aggressive way of diverting attention from himself for going 3 and out. Due to Rodgers’ previous failed attempts, given the odds, there was more of a chance he would have failed on his 4th attempt and come away with ZERO points. It’s why LaFleur opted to trust his kicker instead, over Rodgers, to put some points on the board. Rodgers often rushes to take credit for games the team wins, but needs to man up and take responsibility for their losses as well and not blame them on everyone else.

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