I don't think the NFC is any good, so I think Rodgers would've gotten them to the Super Bowl. They sure wouldn't have won it with this defense.
I don't think you're wrong to point at improvement. His completion rate jumped from sub-50 percent to 68 percent. He was much more decisive with his timing on short throws. The issue as I see it, and it is a big one, is his inability to see routes open up downfield. Whether that's vision or confidence or experience, I don't know. But this is not a downfield passing game right now, and that starts with the quarterback.
The Packers better hope Jason Spriggs is what they thought he was when they traded up in the second round to draft him. As for guard, there are some suitable replacements with Justin McCray and Lucas Patrick, but I wouldn't rule out the Packers asking Jahri Evans to return for another year either. With all their other needs, guard just isn't that high of a priority.
God, I wish I knew. It is brutal. Probably because Twitter in general is brutal.
What the hell are you talking about, Dean? Actually read the words in the chat.
Well, the fact they're already rotating in Vince Biegel shows what they think of Kyler Fackrell right now. At this point in Fackrell's career, he should be getting consistently productive snaps.
I don't think much of that was the offensive line, to be honest. When a quarterback struggles with timing, that happens.
I swear, of all the things, if Packers fans start complaining about Ted Thompson using free agency, after everything I've heard from you folks the past three years ... that is is a line too far!
None. Zero. Zilch. Nada. Nein.
There are more realistic things to worry about in our world, Steve.
Before the season, I thought Morgan Burnett was entering his final year in Green Bay. But that's because I still viewed him as a safety. As a sub LB? Yeah, they need to re-sign him.
Should is a bit strong. I think it depends on how the board falls.
I don't have a take on anything Colin Cowherd says, primarily because I do not listen to Colin Cowherd. I suggest you get your news elsewhere. Although, I suppose I just gave you a take.
If he takes the home-town discount, sure.
Those first four words are always treacherous. Sorry, Nags.
Ah, the ol' chicken-or-the-egg question. Which usually leads to this two-worded answer: probably both.
Things I didn't expect to see on today's chat.
You're not long, unless you think that's somehow different than any other franchise QB, in which case you are definitely wrong.
Nope. And they shouldn't.
Great question. I have to wonder if it's because he missed a blitz pickup, but Mike McCarthy said after the game nobody was in his dog house. Either way, Aaron Jones obviously needs more than five carries.
Whoa, that's actually a reasonably, rational opinion. **thumbs up emoji**
He definitely should. It's like the Colts without Peyton Manning.