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Aaron Rodgers

Unread postby rodfromcranston » 1 year ago

People were writing him off a month ago.
WEEI had some betting goon on, who proclaimed,
Aaron Rodgers are overrated.
Well, a limping Rodgers put up a 150.8 rating today,
against the Seahawks,as Green Bay won its 3rd straight game.
He did this without his usual scrambling, which allows him
to extend plays.
He has virtually no running game at all.
Rodgers is the 3rd leading rusher on his team.
Until recently, he was the only Packer with a rushing TD.
He's my favorite NFL player. Just fun to watch.
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Unread postby rambone 78 » 1 year ago

Rodgers looked great last night....what a beatdown.....Seattle...6 turnovers?

The Packers could run the table all the way to the Super Bowl...they are dangerous.....
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Unread postby rodfromcranston » 1 year ago

Matthews is really hurt, but playing at a lower level,
because of his injuries.
Again, no running game.
They will go as far as Rodgers' arm takes them.
Wilson looked like Joe Montana against the Pats.
Green Bay made him look like Joe Palooka.
FIVE ints!
Dak Prescott looked pretty ordinary last night.
Nice to see bigmouth Dez get one catch and not catch the last
one thrown to him.
Only time I root for the Giants is when they're playing the
Cowboys.
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Re: Aaron Rodgers

Unread postby rambone 78 » 1 year ago

Right now, there isn't one powerhouse team out there.....even the Pats have issues...of course it's injuries...or else you could probably hand them the SB trophy if they were healthy.....

This looks like another one of those seasons where the "hot" team will win it all...who gets in the playoffs and runs the table....

As of now, it could be the Steelers...or the Packers.....who knows?
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Re: Aaron Rodgers

Unread postby PeterRamTime » 1 year ago

Yeah who knows.
The NFL is utterly unpredictable.
Aaron Rodgers did have one scrambling pass.
When he rolled out to the the right and threw a bomb like 50 yards down the field on a dead sprint toward the sideline.
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Re: Aaron Rodgers

Unread postby rodfromcranston » 1 year ago

Rodgers has made some of the most incredible throws
I've ever seen.
You think he's just winging it, and there's somebody catching it.
He has super instincts.
Too bad his team never quite matched him,
except a few years around their Super Bowl win.
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Re: Aaron Rodgers

Unread postby NYGFan_Section208 » 1 year ago

rodfromcranston wrote:Matthews is really hurt, but playing at a lower level,
because of his injuries.
Again, no running game.
They will go as far as Rodgers' arm takes them.
Wilson looked like Joe Montana against the Pats.
Green Bay made him look like Joe Palooka.
FIVE ints!
Dak Prescott looked pretty ordinary last night.
Nice to see bigmouth Dez get one catch and not catch the last
one thrown to him.
Only time I root for the Giants is when they're playing the
Cowboys.


We'll take it, Rod...the Cowboys are my Yankess (no offense, RB). I asked my son if he thought Beckham and Dez would trade jerseys after the game...he said, if they do, Dez will probably drop it. :lol:
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