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Brett Favre Knows Why Aaron Rodgers is Struggling

Just about everybody has an opinion on why Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is struggling. Count Brett Favre among them.

Favre addressed Rodgers struggles on the SiriusXM Blitz on Thursday. Surprisingly, he Favre kind of pushed them off on other guys.

Or maybe that isn’t surprising. Rodgers seems to suggest that’s the issue on a pretty regular basis.

“And, as an example, if the left tackle’s struggling or the right guard’s struggling or the center is struggling with his snaps, it doesn’t matter if Aaron’s on top of his game,” he said. “Or the receivers, they have a tendency to drop (passes) in this one particular game or their route-running is not as good. And that’s what makes football great, is that so many factors go into you and your team to be successful.”

Here’s the full clip.

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  1. Kato September 23, 2016

    Ok? Have you watched Rodgers play? He is just as much to blame as anyone.

    1. Empacador September 23, 2016

      I’ll second that. Is one thing to hit a receiver in the hands, is something else when you overthrow said receiver by 10 yards.

      1. Icebowl September 24, 2016

        Or hit him in the ankles with a pass….

    2. Icebowl September 24, 2016

      Gotta say i was impressed by Berts analysis. One of the better statements made since becoming a traitor. I doubt hed have said anythinh good about #12 a year ago..
      Maybe the HOF induction included a transfusion of green and gold blood….

      Was meinen Sie, Herr Wolfe ?

  2. Phillthy September 23, 2016

    Play calling homies. Look at how Belichek does it with a 3rd string QB. Doesn’t mean shit to be paper champs if we can’t utilize the weapons we have.

  3. Vijay-jay September 24, 2016

    Belichek > Lombardi
    However, definitely not as quotable

    1. Icebowl September 24, 2016

      Belicheat has no morals….
      Who else would sign Randy Moss ? Or let his QB take the fall for Inflategate ?
      Mr. Lombardi was a true innovator and inspiration for a team.