B. Grant wrote:Couldn't help but wonder what Aaron Rodgers was thinking as he trashed some of his NFC teammates for their uninspired effort in the Pro Bowl game. Consider this Aaron:
1. It's the Pro Bowl, not the Super Bowl. It is not easy for players to take it serious and play at a top level. I doubt there are any pep talks delivered prior to a Pro Bowl game. Were you upset with the losers share of pay, or what? Unlike baseball, it does not determine home field advantage for next year's Super Bowl. It means about as much as a "discount double-check".
2. These "teammates" of yours are going to line up on the other side of the ball next fall, and players who can't remember the sanp count from the huddle to the line of scrimmage WILL remember what you said about them. Don't be surprised if someone leans over you after a sack next year and says, "Am I playing hard enough now, Rodgers?"
3. Coming off your performance in the playoffs this year, I think you are maybe not the one to be calling out the performances of other players. You are a very good QB, but if you have many more playoff perfomances like that, your legacy will change in a hurry. Maybe you should analyze your play in that game and let others analyze theirs in the Pro Bowl game.
Have a nice off-season, Aaron, but be be mindful that your approval rating is down a bit, both in and outside Packer land.
B. Grant wrote:Nah, Terry, Freds is just trying to get an old guy off his game, and I'm just trying to avoid it. I know we agree on one thing, though and that is the fact that the Vikes first draft choice better weigh more than 300 lbs. Are you in with us on that?
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