Is Aaron Rodgers to blame for Packers’ thin WR corps?
if Aaron Rogers will be three-peat National Football League MVP, he’ll have to succeed with one of the league’s most unproven wide receiver combinations.
The Packers unexpectedly traded Davante Adams in March, who has been the best receiver in the league for the past two seasons. After that, Green Bay couldn’t even add any talent close to Adams’ level, opting to pick two receivers in the draft’s top five picks and sign veteran Sammy Watkins.
During the Hall of Fame game between the Raiders and Jaguars on Thursday, NBC announcer Chris Collinsworth revealed, Adams tells him about Rodgers’ uncertain future Be a factor in his desire to go to the Las Vegas Raiders.
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After listening, Colin Coward blamed Rodgers for the Packers’ catch.
“Sometimes, people say, ‘Stop picking on this guy,’ or, ‘You never stop talking about this guy,'” Cowherd said on “The Herd” on Friday. “…But I’m still a guy who talks about Aaron Rodgers a lot because I do think that while he’s back-to-back MVPs, he’s become single, rich, older and eccentric.”
Cowherd accused Rodgers of not knowing how people would respond to his actions, such as lying about his vaccine status, and why it might keep people away from him.
“When you get really rich, you get single, and you don’t have anyone to answer, everything becomes very unbalanced and self-indulgent,” Cowherd said. “We’re all speculating about Aaron Rogers. What do tattoos mean? What do these subtle hints mean in retirement? I don’t think Aaron gets it. I know Aaron likes to be the smartest guy in the room, but I don’t think he gets it The power of your own words.
“Remember when he discussed and dismissed vaccines? He was horrified at fighting back. You’re Aaron Rodgers.”
Rodgers’ words and actions off the field made some headlines last year.After sharing his anti-vax stance, Rodgers gives Interviewed by ESPN Just days before the Packers’ playoff loss to the 49ers, he discussed topics like President Joe Biden.
This offseason, Rodgers got his first tattoo filled with different astrological designs. He revealed on the Aubrey Marcus Podcast Wednesday that he took the psychedelic drug ayahuasca ahead of the 2020 season, which he claims helped him improve his self-love.
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On more live matters, Rogers said Thursday, He doesn’t plan to play until he’s 45, like Tom Brady.He also shared his June Thinking about retirement “all the time”.
Cowherd said that as Rogers entered the “zen phase,” he became a little too open, telling him “sometimes you have to keep things private.”
“When you live in the moment and live in the moment, me and I have to take a back seat,” Coherd said. “A lot of his comments were, ‘I have a tattoo, what does that mean to me.’ “I take psychedelics because it changes my state. “Power, influence and words all matter.”
Cowherd said the Packers are partly responsible for the situation and lack of talent in the receiving room created by Rodgers.
“Green Bay is lucky to have him,” Cowherd said. They have no master. [Matt] LaFleur is lucky to have him. I still don’t know if Matt is a great coach. He was lucky to have Aaron Rodgers as his quarterback. Everyone knows it. Once the Packers scoffed at Jordan Love’s pick, it increased Aaron’s impact and power. “
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However, Cowherd still pointed the finger at Rodgers for the Packers receiver situation and what could be the eventual downfall for his team.
“Sometimes, suck it up,” Cowherd said. “Get one for the team. Say no more, especially about retirement, because the Packers are arguably the weakest receiving core in the league. You can’t win the Super Bowl in 2022 with the weakest weapon in the league.”
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