Why a defensive-minded coach would be best for Rodgers, Packers

Terranimal

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Well something doesn't add up.

After MM fired, Rodgers said he wanted to be coached and challenged. It's also no secret he wants to incorporate parts of the spread and so on Rams, Chiefs, and Saints are doing.

Ironic how many were down on Favre near the end and called him a diva, yet now the real diva attitude is Rodgers.
 

GBkrzygrl

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Fine. Let's let Aaron be the OC and when he screws things up all the blaime will go on him. I know I am naive, but I am so disappointed in him.

He appeared to have the right attitude when he became the starter but now he seems to think he's smarter than everyone and he's only hurting the team.

PS. we need to go back to drafting back-ups and grooming them to trade. I haven't seen a good back-up in GB since Matt Flynn. JMO
 

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Nope and different era. Players had off season jobs and so on
Pretty sure players were making plenty by Favre's time and, more importantly, what does that have to do with one being a diva? Unless I am really off on my remembering (only folks can get like that), his string of "I'll retire, no I won't, yes I will, please show my how much you love me" years qualify. However, this is as subjective as it gets, so no need to continue.
 

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Pretty sure players were making plenty by Favre's time and, more importantly, what does that have to do with one being a diva? Unless I am really off on my remembering (only folks can get like that), his string of "I'll retire, no I won't, yes I will, please show my how much you love me" years qualify. However, this is as subjective as it gets, so no need to continue.
I'm sure he thought you said "Bart" as in "Starr". He didn't pick up on the jab at Favre. Maybe if you would have said "Bert" it may have went over better.
 
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