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You’ll Never Guess Why Aaron Rodgers Will Have a Bad Season

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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will have a down 2013 season, according to Gary Grinberg, also known as Gary the Numbers Guy. Grinberg is a numerologist who also uses astrology to predict sports outcomes (among other things) and he says Rodgers won’t reach his usual heights in 2013 because he was born in 1983.


It turns out 1983 was the Year of the Pig. This is the Year of the Snake.

Got that? Okay then…

“Pigs do very, very poorly in Snake years. I’d say about 90 percent of Pigs will not do well in Snake Years,” he says. “Rodgers — his best days are behind him. I would not be surprised if the Packers don’t even make the playoffs next year. Aaron Rodgers is going to have an off year.”

Right now, you’re asking yourself, “What is this hogwash?” We did that too, but it turns out this dude has made a number of predictions based on this mumbo jumbo that turned out to be correct.

He predicted a Heath-Thunder NBA Finals matchup last February, a great season from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in August and that Adrian Peterson would have one of his best pro seasons back in September.

We’re sure Gary has gotten plenty wrong too, but he’s made some interesting sports predictions that turned out to be right, so it bears watching.

Our guess is, if Rodgers has a bad season it’s because the organization doesn’t put an adequate offensive line in front of him.

Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.



  1. Alex G. March 1, 2013

    I think this guy is full of crock! Rodgers is going to have a great year. Go Pack Go!!!

  2. GB March 1, 2013

    I don’t listen to any guy that is infatuated with hogs and snakes.

  3. Iltarion March 1, 2013

    None of his previous predictions exactly make him Nostradomus.

    I predict the Heat will be in the Finals this year.

    I predict the Blackhawks will finish with the most points this year.

    I predict the Packers will retain AJ Hawk and that Monty will complain about it.

  4. Andy March 1, 2013

    Its also worth noting that a rodgers off year is significantly better than 98% of current qbs good seasons. Hey last season was an off year if compared to the two before

  5. Savage57 March 2, 2013

    Hold up! Lemme go gets my chickenbones and shakes them mafa’s out n see what I gets.

  6. mxz600 March 2, 2013

    lets talk about something substantial…and real…no offence monty………Flacco’s new deal…..Flacco surely made himself some money in the post season……But did he deserve to be the highest paid player in the NFL?….I say not even close. I dont have a problem with players getting their money….BUT…….When you have 53 players sharing a 123 million dollar pot…..20 million of that, going to one player, is insane. I dont care who the player is….1/6 of the salary cap to one player is ridiculous. Sooner rather than later, that will have to change, and it will…………Back in 1989, it cost Jerry Jones 140 million to buy the cowboys AND a stadium…..Soon, for 140 million, all you can buy is 1 QB….lmao

  7. mxz600 March 2, 2013

    We have to pay Rodgers and Mathews…no doubt….But Raji…based on his production ( 16 tackles, 0 sacks, 0 ff’s), or lack of, should kiss his big contract goodbye. We have (had) enough over paid players…T Williams, AJ Hawk, Finley, ect…..should we pay Raji 8 mill/year for his 1 tackle a game?…..Just crazy.

  8. James March 2, 2013

    My crystal ball tells me Gary Grinberg was born the year of the Bull.

  9. Phatgzus March 2, 2013

    Astrology…that’s all I have to say about that.