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  1. Is Aaron Rodgers still good as a pre-snap QB?

    I’m not unhappy with his performance. I’m saying he’s overpaid at the moment. Nature of the beast when you are paid the most—highest expectations.
  2. Is Aaron Rodgers still good as a pre-snap QB?

    I don’t care about the stats. I care about the performance. He doesn’t look the same.
  3. Is Aaron Rodgers still good as a pre-snap QB?

    Only Mahomes is gonna reset the market. He’s top 5 paid through 2021.
  4. Is Aaron Rodgers still good as a pre-snap QB?

    If I pay you 105 Million to play 48 games and you can only play in 34 games it’s exactly like I paid you 105 million to play 34 games. Availability is important. I get that people can’t put emotion aside, but he hasn’t been an MVP candidate the last two years, doesn’t look like one this year, and he’s been paid more than anyone in that span. You are talking about pay, production has to match it. It’s the NFL.
  5. Is Aaron Rodgers still good as a pre-snap QB?

    Those aren’t MVP numbers, he’s missed half of each of the last two seasons, yeah. That’s another knock on his value, not a positive. He’s overpaid because he’s not producing as his contract would dictate he should be.
  6. Is Aaron Rodgers still good as a pre-snap QB?

    His 33.5 Mil annual cap hit is third most in the NFL behind Wilson and Roethlisberger. No one is expected to top his deal this coming offseason either. He’s paid like an MVP, but he’s been averaging 21 TDs a year since 2016 ended. He has game manager stats.
  7. Is Aaron Rodgers still good as a pre-snap QB?

    He’s overpaid. But you do have to know your audience.
  8. Is Aaron Rodgers still good as a pre-snap QB?

    Weakside of field, strong side of formation. Doesn’t matter. We just disguised our look differently (better IMO) than they did pre-snap. The difference was the execution. We’ve seen far more motion with LaFleur than McCarthy. I like it. If you can execute it’s another opportunity for defenses to make a mistake.
  9. Is Aaron Rodgers still good as a pre-snap QB?

    I ain’t reading the thread. Your pissed because Rodgers didn’t check out of that one. Denver doesn’t have the advantage there even with the adjustment. It made jobs more difficult, but it’s still good to run not just that down but for future downs. If Bakhtiaris man crashing down the counter opens up. The safety creeping up may mean we can run a deep post weakside off play action rolling out. That’s a staple play. Marcedes Lewis steps out off the snap and then takes a step back in when he notices Tonyans blown assignment. Tonyan is last off the ball, furthest out of his gap as the play is developing, and then chases the same guy Bulaga goes for. Its this play, with motion, plus a WR, minus the FB, ran strong side instead of weak side. The difference in the result is the block by 88 here compared to Tonyan. Yes 88 has better leverage to start, but no one else relevant here has better leverage than our guys did.
  10. Is Aaron Rodgers still good as a pre-snap QB?

    Thread too long didn’t read. Start with the RG as the C. Tonyan gets confused just before the snap. Thinks Jewel is his man, he isn’t. Jewel is Bulaga’s man. He needed to seal 59, Jones is supposed to follow Bulaga. Lewis actually has 22, but he also realizes the play is absolutely Fd by Tonyan letting his man rush straight up field. He reacts late and doesn’t get anyone because he’s no longer in position to block 22. Jenkins also just needs to not let his man cross face so easily. That’s the backside pursuit. Jones instinct to bounce outside is okay, because if Allison and Lewis pull their blocks off it’s a 3-5 yard gain despite Tonyan. But Lewis’ instincts were correct, Tonyan’s block was the more important one. That play should’ve gone for 6-8 if Tonyan connects and Bulaga squares up on Josey. And if Lewis gets 22 its Jones vs Safety ten yards down field. But that’s run blocking—everyone connects, positive yardage is a guarantee. Anyone fails their block, the run fails.
  11. 2020 NFL Draft Discussion

    I hate you
  12. Packers & Vikings Postgame

    Went to this game. Terrible showing by the Offense. Me watching the Viking Defense:
  13. Antonio Brown accused of rape

    The 9 mil is in two payments, which means none of it is guaranteed.
  14. Antonio Brown accused of rape

    I want to remind people that the punishments the league hands down are approved by the NFL Players Association. Or at least—that result is collectively bargained for by the players. They are HAPPY to let the NFL appear to be the bad guy even though it is their union members getting in trouble. Cut and dry policy is not the best policy for these things. Each situation is different. We don’t know all the facts.
  15. Antonio Brown accused of rape

    No one pressing charges. He had a team backing him and wasn’t the top headline for WEEKS leading up to this email coming out. Even if she is gold digging, AB did himself no favors in the public eye recently. The Patriots have him for one year. No real ties there yet. He’ll probably play out the year there while this is in the system. If I was AB, I wouldn’t be worried, because my ego would have me high AF. This women is gonna get paid tho. The emails are too good of evidence. He doesn’t want to turn busting a nut on a Thot’s back into the public knowing more about his life. He needs control, and when you’re insane and rich that’s gonna mean privacy.
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