The Green Bay Packers had Aaron Rodgers taking all the snaps this offseason as the No. 1 QB, but now that future Hall of Famer Brett Favre has come back, the job looks to be Brett’s to take.
As I look at it Brett Favre was the second best QB last season, behind Tom Brady, so why put in an unproven QB over a future Hall of Famer?
I am sure the Green Bay Packers will figure it out sooner than later that they should put Favre as the No. 1 QB, not trade, release, or put him as the backup.
I think if Favre does well the Packers look great, but if he fails they could be chanting Rodgers sooner than you think.
Maybe Aaron Rodgers isn’t as bad as we all think. But he did drop in the first round all the way to 24 in 2005.
Maybe the Packers saw something in Rodgers that we didn’t or they just drafted a guy to come in when Favre was to retire.
Jerome Bettis was asked about the Packers’ situation and he said, “I understand Aaron Rodgers—it’s a delicate situation for him. But if you let the competition decide who wins, no one can be upset about that. And Brett may not win, and if that happens you’re in the best of all situations because Aaron has proved to you that he can go out there and get it done.”
This whole fiasco with Favre was ridiculous and should of never happened and I am glad it is over. Now that can talk about better stuff on all the sports shows.
We will see how Brett Favre performs, but Aaron Rodgers should not assume anything.
Aaron Rodgers could get his chance soon.