The Green Bay Packers were all but dead a month ago but their January 1st thumping of division leading Minnesota injected new life into Packerland. If Green Bay can beat the Detroit Lions in the final regular season game, an uncharacteristic 9-8 record will earn the Packers a playoff berth. If the Packers lose to Detroit, I don't expect that we'll see Aaron Rodgers play another NFL game. Here are his postgame comments. The most telling are his final thoughts. This boy is all about head trips and spiritual influences in his real life. LIVE: #Packers QB Aaron Rodgers meets with the media following #MINvsGB 🎙️ https://t.co/wTLWnkz4oR — Green Bay Packers (@packers) January 2, 2023 Other Packers got the party started before the Green
Green Bay Packers fans were stunned when the team used its first round 2020 NFL draft pick on Utah State quarterback Jordan Love. Wait...what? The team with Aaron Rodgers, the greatest quarterback in Green Bay's glorious history, opts not to draft an excellent receiver to complement its superstar leader? Yeppers. Packers management decided to prepare for the eventual exit of 37-year-old Rodgers, mindful of age, money, and forward momentum. So Jordan Love is now on the sideline witnessing Rodgers in perhaps his greatest season ever. On Sunday Night Football last night, Rodgers was touted by announcers Al Michaels and Chris Collinsworth as the leading MVP candidate again. So what's up with Aaron? Seeing the Packers use their primary draft pick for a young quarterback
Ndamukong Suh gets emotional at postgame presser following Lions loss. http://t.co/wc2hyZ2yu3— NFL (@nfl) January 5, 2015 Ndamukong Suh is choked up following the Detroit Lions loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the 2014 NFL Wild Card playoffs. One week earlier, he brazenly stepped on the leg of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and claimed that his foot was frozen, dulling awareness that he was standing on another human being.