What some fans want to perceive for this year doesn't matter. There's always fans out there every year that see a 14 to 16 win season and a march through the playoffs to another Lombardi Trophy, and half the guys on the team are on their way to Canton, as soon as they retire.Respectfully disagree on this point. Looking at fan reaction on social media many think that firing McCarthy was the silver bullet and how ML will “fix” Rodgers. If this team fails to make the playoffs and it’s possible blame will get placed. It’s the nature of the league and time we are in. It’s win now especially with a HOF guy behind center
Over the next few months, through the draft, and free agent season, and preseason, a lot of expectations will change. If people are too high on this team going in, they should probably expect to be disappointed. I won't be, just like I wasn't disappoint the last two years with their records. I stated, both years, what would, or could happen, and where the season would go.
It's even possible after the season ahead that some people will be longing for the last two seasons, because they don't understand what happened.
What I said is that people need to learn to enjoy the differences and the potential for the future. What they actually do is strictly up to each and every one of them.