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Aaron Rodgers, is he done?

Aaron Rodgers, is he done?

Why is this pbm still around?

LOL!!!
[ Edited by TheGore49er on Apr 9, 2019 at 6:20 AM ]
Originally posted by RishikeshA:
Rodgers is elite but if he was drafted by the 49ers he would have had the same fate as Smith, injuries, because of poor offensive lines.

Aaron Rodgers is much better at recognizing and feeling pressure, so I sincerely doubt that the fate would be the same.
Rodgers would have thrived under that one year that we had Norv Turner. Probably set some records

But the big reason why Smith failed was because Norv left for the San Diego job. And Nolan / Singletary were idiots that didn't understand offense.
[ Edited by Ensatsu on Apr 9, 2019 at 9:25 AM ]
He's done.

To quote Dana White," If a fighter even thinks about retirement, he's done. Just retire."


AAron is out here discussing ," scary knee injuries and heavy concussions. "
Plus his gf just retired from racing because of concussions.
[ Edited by TonyStarks on Apr 9, 2019 at 12:18 PM ]
Originally posted by SteveWallacesHelmet:
Originally posted by RishikeshA:
Rodgers is elite but if he was drafted by the 49ers he would have had the same fate as Smith, injuries, because of poor offensive lines.

Aaron Rodgers is much better at recognizing and feeling pressure, so I sincerely doubt that the fate would be the same.

Would of won 2 sbs if we had Aaron
Originally posted by strickac:
He's a supremely talented guy. He may be the most talented QB playing today, BUT he's a douchebag. He thinks he can win it all on his arm alone and that's not the case.

Aaron has never had a running game and never will. When he's injured GB mysteriously has success running the ball. If Aaron's ego could handle allowing the RBs to compliment his passing game GB would be perennial contenders. He's a douche and thinks it's all about him.

Didn't read the article, but I'm sure it reinforces everything I've always thought about him. Screw him. He wasted some good years when GB's defense was tough and they could've really competed for a title. He's not down, but I wouldn't expect them to get to the Super Bowl either.

Their division is wide open. Everyone is on Chicago's jock, but without Fangio they'll regress. There's not much separating Detroit and Minnesota. The NFC is pretty competitive right now and I don't see Aaron leading a team to the top.

Aaron never had a good running game bc he never had good rbs. Of course the run looked better when he was out, you expect his back up to throw the ball 50 times? There would be some truth to him holding back the rbs if any of them where worth a crap after GB. Name one RB that went on to have a great career after leaving GB.

a*****e? Sure he is. But that has has nothing to do with his run game. He thinks he can win it all with his arm bc his RBs have always been average at best.
Originally posted by TheGore49er:
Aaron never had a good running game bc he never had good rbs. Of course the run looked better when he was out, you expect his back up to throw the ball 50 times? There would be some truth to him holding back the rbs if any of them where worth a crap after GB. Name one RB that went on to have a great career after leaving GB.

a*****e? Sure he is. But that has has nothing to do with his run game. He thinks he can win it all with his arm bc his RBs have always been average at best.

This. Kinda like when Ind didn't have any good rbs with manning or NE with Brady or even Det with Stafford.
Originally posted by elguapo:
Originally posted by SteveWallacesHelmet:
Originally posted by RishikeshA:
Rodgers is elite but if he was drafted by the 49ers he would have had the same fate as Smith, injuries, because of poor offensive lines.

Aaron Rodgers is much better at recognizing and feeling pressure, so I sincerely doubt that the fate would be the same.

Would of won 2 sbs if we had Aaron
Jason Hill and Unhanyi Uwayzeuokoeay would've broken records by now.
Originally posted by TonyStarks:
Jason Hill and Unhanyi Uwayzeuokoeay would've broken records by now.

You're old. That name was irrelevant when I was in high school
Originally posted by Geeked:
Originally posted by TonyStarks:
Jason Hill and Unhanyi Uwayzeuokoeay would've broken records by now.

You're old. That name was irrelevant when I was in high school

I just remember the announcer struggling to say his name. I was like ,''is this seriously the best we can do WR wise?''

Rodger situation very similar to Matt Ryan situation with Kyle Shanahan coming into Atlanta. How they buttheaded that 1st season together. Wonder if Rodgers would put a bit of his ego aside to let LaFleur try to make him better than what he already is.

s**t, good luck LaFleur
[ Edited by qnnhan7 on Apr 12, 2019 at 11:53 AM ]
Originally posted by SteveWallacesHelmet:
Originally posted by RishikeshA:
Rodgers is elite but if he was drafted by the 49ers he would have had the same fate as Smith, injuries, because of poor offensive lines.

Aaron Rodgers is much better at recognizing and feeling pressure, so I sincerely doubt that the fate would be the same.

I think it would have been.

AR benefited hugely by sitting behind Farve and much better OL.

AS had a crapola line and no mentoring at all.
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