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  1. Lisa
    05/06/2021

    I think it’s a shame that it had to come to this because bad decisions were made by management. This is a game of give-and-take. You are willing to let a top-notch quarterback leave without having a real plan in place for next year. Without him The Packers will not make the playoffs! Bad decisions do not make for a winning record! Not really happy with the Packers organization right now! 🤯

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  2. Tom M
    05/06/2021

    Perhaps QB drama is what we must endure for every 16 years of stability at the position. We’re now once again in that cycle.

    Does Aaron Rodgers really want to die on that hill? He’s really gonna throw away the rest of his contract over Jake Kumerow who caught one pass with Buffalo and one with New Orleans last year? Or is it Jordan Love? Love is no threat to him and he knows it. This is all about not getting his way. He’s throwing a tantrum to get what he wants. Let’s hope Gutekunst sticks to his guns when he says there’s “zero chance” of a trade.

    It was TJ Lang who said Rodgers would put the Packers “feet to the fire” over this. Fair enough. Then I say Packer fans everywhere email Sony Pictures Television, the parent company and owner of Jeopardy, and tell them under no circumstances will we ever watch Jeopardy if Aaron Rodgers is named host. Let’s put Rodgers “feet to the fire”. Let’s see how our little diva likes it. He covets the Jeopardy gig because that’s his foot in the door to Hollywood.

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  3. Scot
    05/06/2021

    I think if Gutekunst were being honest he’d admit last year was the year. Other than the injury to Bakhtiari, everything went the Packers way. The smart move now would be to trade Rodgers for three 1s, take your lumps for a season or two and come back strong in 2023 or 22024 with Love or somebody else at QB. But I have a feeling they’ll choose to ride Rodgers until the bitter end.

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