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Aaron Rodgers Disappointed In Packers’ Season

Well, count quarterback Aaron Rodgers among those who aren’t calling the Green Bay Packers’ 2016 season a success.

Rodgers told Graham Bensinger he considers the campaign a disappointment.

“For us, to get all the way where we got after being 4-6 was spectacular, but it’s all about championships when you play in Titletown and the expectations are high and we’re disappointed we didn’t finish it off,” Rodgers said.

That puts Rodgers in the same boat as tackle David Bakhtiari and receiver Jordy Nelson and in opposition with coach Mike McCarthy and president Mark Murphy.

Rodgers also calls New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady the GOAT and offers his condolences to Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan. Take a look.

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

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  1. Dennis February 23, 2017

    Well the players are disappointed , most of the fans are disappointed and the coaches aren’t. Maybe we need new coaches.

    1. I Steal Fish February 23, 2017

      exactly. they are too content with the playoffs.

      1. Empacador February 23, 2017

        Such blasphemy! Some people around here don’t take kindly to that kind of truth. It could get you blacklisted or something! I agree though, change in head coach would be welcome. The rest will follow as the new coach installs his staff.

        1. PF4L February 23, 2017

          You’ve got to change the main source of the problem first my friend. McFatAss and Capers can only play the hands they are dealt. They have nothing to do with player acquisitions, or the teams philosophy and a willingness in building a team through various other means of player procurement.

          Not saying Mcfuckhead and Capers should be kept on, but the main problem is building a team with sufficient talent and having a GM who can identify, address and correct certain issues that are precluding the team from winning Championships.

          You can hire new head coaches and Def. coordinators all you want. But your not treating the disease, just the symptoms.