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SmashMouth 07-12-2020 08:46 AM

Is Aaron Rodgers the BIGGEST FRAUD in the NFL?
 

hitta 07-12-2020 11:03 AM

Re: Is Aaron Rodgers the BIGGEST FRAUD in the NFL?
 
They act like he's great cause he throws the ball away anytime someone breathes on him.

halloween 65 07-12-2020 05:34 PM

Re: Is Aaron Rodgers the BIGGEST FRAUD in the NFL?
 
I know he's a crybaby!!

SaintGnome 07-13-2020 07:16 PM

Re: Is Aaron Rodgers the BIGGEST FRAUD in the NFL?
 
Of course he's not a fraud, he's still top 5, just not better than Brees. Rodgers get's more credit than Brees for a few reasons.
1. He plays for a "storied" franchise. (who gives a rats ass, Cowboy's QB's also get this benefit regularly)
2. He's taller.
3. He's had a bigger arm.
4. He's more fleet of foot.
5. His annoying national endorsements probably play a part.

That being said, as the video clearly shows statistically Drew crushes Aaron in just about any meaningful statistical category (especially accuracy, to me the most important one) and Drew brings to the table several thing Aaron is not good at : leadership, willing to sacrifice for his team, not a diva.

Beastmode 07-13-2020 11:57 PM

Re: Is Aaron Rodgers the BIGGEST FRAUD in the NFL?
 
He did play hurt so not sure on the sacrifice part but he is no Brees. He had no WR's last year. Lots of times, right in the numbers and butter fingers.

He's still a good QB. I would take him over Ryan and Brady this year but career no. Brees hands down.

Vrillon82 08-28-2020 02:12 AM

Re: Is Aaron Rodgers the BIGGEST FRAUD in the NFL?
 
Officiating always have gifted GB and Rodgers, quite the theme last year in the final moments of many games.

iceshack149 08-29-2020 04:31 PM

Re: Is Aaron Rodgers the BIGGEST FRAUD in the NFL?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by spkb25 (Post 894776)
I dont know Drew has a Hella lock on that. Saying something you don't believe to appease a group. Drew is at the top

I'd like to believe that if I were in Brees' shoes I'd refrain from wearing a name on my helmet that makes a martyr out of a criminal but he's in a tough situation. The entire team put that clown's name on their helmet so Brees followed suit to avoid another blow up. Inevitably, that chicken**** Jenkins would bring the issue to the media and the team would have to deal with that drama again... right before the season starts.

I don't think that it's a stretch to say that Brees is selling his soul in hopes of winning the Lombardi trophy in February and then becoming an announcer for a tv station next season. What a dumpster fire year for him.

AsylumGuido 08-29-2020 06:20 PM

Re: Is Aaron Rodgers the BIGGEST FRAUD in the NFL?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by iceshack149 (Post 894786)
I'd like to believe that if I were in Brees' shoes I'd refrain from wearing a name on my helmet that makes a martyr out of a criminal but he's in a tough situation. The entire team put that clown's name on their helmet so Brees followed suit to avoid another blow up. Inevitably, that chicken**** Jenkins would bring the issue to the media and the team would have to deal with that drama again... right before the season starts.

I don't think that it's a stretch to say that Brees is selling his soul in hopes of winning the Lombardi trophy in February and then becoming an announcer for a tv station next season. What a dumpster fire year for him.

The team discussed boycotting practice and as a team they came up with the idea of placing a name on every player's helmet as opposed to missing a vital practice. It was all or none. I respect the fact that they want to win for each other. If it pisses off some closed minded individuals then fine. Those individuals just need to grow a pair.


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