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1 hour ago, GeneralTsou said:

Are we rolling him out against the no.1 pass d?

The better question should be....should you start the #1 pass D versus Aaron Rodgers.

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The Tampa game was an interesting contest. The way the game started and the outcome were like two different games.

The Pack dominated the first quarter and scored on their first two drives. Then Rodgers threw the pick six and the Pack never recovered.

Tampa blitzed Rodgers hard in that game. That is a double edge sword for the defense. M. Lewis, the tight end, got open for what should have been a long touchdown and Rodgers missed him.

The Pack has all it's weapons back today on offense. So I don't think the Colts will be able to mimic throwing Rodgers off his game by blitzing like the Bucs did.

 

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9 minutes ago, rabaak said:

The Tampa game was an interesting contest. The way the game started and the outcome were like two different games.

The Pack dominated the first quarter and scored on their first two drives. Then Rodgers threw the pick six and the Pack never recovered.

Tampa blitzed Rodgers hard in that game. That is a double edge sword for the defense. M. Lewis, the tight end, got open for what should have been a long touchdown and Rodgers missed him.

The Pack has all it's weapons back today on offense. So I don't think the Colts will be able to mimic throwing Rodgers off his game by blitzing like the Bucs did.

 

Here's hoping

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Just a curious question for anyone that might have knowledge.  The very first Packers offensive play of the game, Rodgers pitches the ball back left to Aaron Jones and he subsequently brick hands the pitch and drops it for a fumble.  He ultimately recovers, however this was ruled a fumble by Rodgers and not by Jones.  Is this the correct ruling?  Seems like it was a very catchable pitch and the fumble should be credited to Jones.

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47 minutes ago, TTo34 said:

Just a curious question for anyone that might have knowledge.  The very first Packers offensive play of the game, Rodgers pitches the ball back left to Aaron Jones and he subsequently brick hands the pitch and drops it for a fumble.  He ultimately recovers, however this was ruled a fumble by Rodgers and not by Jones.  Is this the correct ruling?  Seems like it was a very catchable pitch and the fumble should be credited to Jones.

Could be wrong but I believe you need to first have possession in order to fumble.  Since Jones never had possession, fumble goes to Rodgers.

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4 minutes ago, Mrmann1 said:

Anyone afraid gb scales more into the running game for this one? 

 

Yes.  The setup for ARod today simply looks just too good to be true to have it all work out as expected.  Remember, this is still 2020!  220 yards 2 TDs, QB17 for the week.

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8 minutes ago, Al.Davis said:

 

Yes.  The setup for ARod today simply looks just too good to be true to have it all work out as expected.  Remember, this is still 2020!  220 yards 2 TDs, QB17 for the week.

Nah. He’ll put up QB numbers in the first half before they pump the breaks.

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5 minutes ago, My Dinner With Andre said:

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That is just incredible.

Peyton Manning dwarfs them all as far as gifted weapons go. Harrison, Wayne and Clark were all first rounders.

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On 4/29/2020 at 5:44 PM, Lamont Sanford said:

So...how does this play out? GB obviously knew Rodgers would be upset when instead of drafting a WR (again) they opted for a QB of all things. An odd strategy, particularly since trading Rodgers seems almost impossible at this time.

So, what kind of QB will an upset Aaron Rodgers be? Will the drafting of his replacement motivate him to play at the top of his game? Will he fall victim to a run heavy scheme, or will he simply audible at will and throw as much as he sees fit

Or, will Rodgers sulk all season, and play poorly? Could he actually make things so difficult that it results in his benching? Or could he figure out a way to shoot his way out of town despite the uphill trade scenario, and be a star on another team? 

 

 Wow, first post of this thread.  I hope Packer fans are fantasy homers or that their greatest wish is to see Rodgers hoisting an MVP trophy.  Watching him drop back time and time again when running plays would have been nails in the Panthers coffin,- taking sacks, risking a loss or injury.  Major ego and talent - yep.  Selfless leader - not so much. 

 

 

“They didn’t do it for individual glory.”  -Vince

“The score on the board doesn’t mean a thing. That’s for the fans.”  -Lombardi

 

 

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