Did you catch this last night? The Green Bay Packers — or some of them — apparently have a video game problem.
According to NBC analyst Cris Collinsworth, the team had a players-only meeting prior to the Vikings game to address the issue.
“They had a little players-only meeting this past couple weeks ago before that Minnesota game,” Collinsworth said midway through the third quarter of Green Bay’s 17-13 loss to the Bears on Thanksgiving night. “I don’t think Aaron Rodgers was too happy with the preparation schedule of some of the young players on this team. A few too many video games being played and not enough homework.”
So apparently that worked for Minnesota, but not on a short week with Chicago coming to town.
Had to get that Madden time in. Gotta score some touchdowns with myself in a video game because I can’t score any in real life.
Seriously, which players do you think are shirking preparation duties to play games?
And a better questions is, why? Are you not getting paid enough to go out and play a game for your job?
Is too much being asked of you?
No wonder the team sucks. Some of these idiots are more interested in video games than winning football games.