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Aaron Rodgers Appreciation Thread 4.20

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Players play and coaches coach. Van Pelt decided to leave. Mike hired someone he thought he could work with and would work with Aaron. Aaron maybe could have some level of input, but Mike shouldn't feel comfortable letting a player pick his coaches. How can the new QB coach expect Aaron to take him seriously if he knows that Aaron's opinion means he could be fired? 

This isn't the NBA.

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2 minutes ago, JBURGE25 said:

Players play and coaches coach. Van Pelt decided to leave. Mike hired someone he thought he could work with and would work with Aaron. Aaron maybe could have some level of input, but Mike shouldn't feel comfortable letting a player pick his coaches. How can the new QB coach expect Aaron to take him seriously if he knows that Aaron's opinion means he could be fired? 

This isn't the NBA.

The new QB has to win him over... that was always going to be part of his job this coming year.

He does that not by worrying about how Aaron feels but by coming to Aaron trying to earn his respect. First meeting... be like hey Aaron you’re amazing but if you did this this and this you’d be better. That would get his attention and respect ( if those suggestions are good Haha).

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19 hours ago, cannondale said:

 

If nothing else - watch the end - I think his shoulder is healed - funny stuff

 

Holy cats!!!!!!!!!!    That guy trying to catch the balls almost went thru the window!!!  :D

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I still don't see where Aaron Rodgers was miffed.  He didn't say he was miffed, he didn't sound miffed.  He said it was "curious."  

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56 minutes ago, eyecatcher said:

I still don't see where Aaron Rodgers was miffed.  He didn't say he was miffed, he didn't sound miffed.  He said it was "curious."  

People are reading it as a passive aggressive comment. As Nagler points too...

 

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In case anyone had any doubts that he lost his mind, Stephen A. Smith says that Aaron Rodgers should demand a trade because he didn't get his vote on Van Pelt.  Funny stuff.

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I have a feeling it was Van Pelt who wanted out and not McCarthy so I don't know how Rodgers can have a beef with his HC.  VP didn't even go for a OC job - he's now the QB coach in Cincy so it was a lateral move.  Perhaps Alex felt he couldn't teach #12 any more than he already had?

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23 hours ago, {Family Ghost} said:

He's miffed .. big deal .. players play coaches coach.  He also said he was excited about having Philbin back.  

Media conveniently overlooked that because it dosen't create Drama.

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18 minutes ago, CWood21 said:

In case anyone had any doubts that he lost his mind, Stephen A. Smith says that Aaron Rodgers should demand a trade because he didn't get his vote on Van Pelt.  Funny stuff.

Slow news cycle. Need to try and create. Rodgers was also upset with losing Tom But 2 years later said he would go to bat for Ben McAdoo (Tom’s replacement).

 

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3 hours ago, CWood21 said:

In case anyone had any doubts that he lost his mind, Stephen A. Smith says that Aaron Rodgers should demand a trade because he didn't get his vote on Van Pelt.  Funny stuff.

Thats why I dont follow or pay attention to such "personality driven" sports talk programming.

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I just wish people would stop bringing up what ESPN idiots say.  I would literally rather listen to 99% of the people on this site talk about sports than anyone on ESPN. 

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The 34-year-old acknowledged Thursday in an interview with The Associated Press that he may have to play for another team like Brett Favre did at the end of his Hall-of-Fame career.

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4 hours ago, Rodjahs12 said:

The 34-year-old acknowledged Thursday in an interview with The Associated Press that he may have to play for another team like Brett Favre did at the end of his Hall-of-Fame career.

Almost likes he’s saying he doesn’t have much confidence in the organization, based upon their past and current management of veteran star QB’s.

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4 minutes ago, Sasquatch said:

Almost likes he’s saying he doesn’t have much confidence in the organization, based upon their past and current management of veteran star QB’s.

Or he feels that Ball will be really reluctant to pony up the money on his next contract. 

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