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LaFleur didn’t have full say on staff.

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To me that is a recipe for potential disaster and disappointment. 

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6 hours ago, buno67 said:
To me that is a recipe for potential disaster and disappointment. 

hard to know if it's really true or exaggerated.

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The Packers is ran like disney, it’s too big and public. 

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Still confident Packers are going to win SB regardless. Rodgers is on revenge tour after Mahomes won MVP, Brady another SB and Rodgers missing playoffs again. This is going to be exciting to watch for Rodgers to remind folks who the best QB in the league is

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Sheesh. It's bad enough that this isn't his team (it's Rodgers'), but the man can't even have his own staff? 

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4 hours ago, Activated10 said:

Still confident Packers are going to win SB regardless. Rodgers is on revenge tour after Mahomes won MVP, Brady another SB and Rodgers missing playoffs again. This is going to be exciting to watch for Rodgers to remind folks who the best QB in the league is

It's probably more about the Green Bay defense that should be improved and go from bottom third to top 10-12 in the league.

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14 hours ago, buno67 said:
To me that is a recipe for potential disaster and disappointment. 

If it's actually true, that's a pretty bad thing, for sure...

5 hours ago, Activated10 said:

Still confident Packers are going to win SB regardless. Rodgers is on revenge tour after Mahomes won MVP, Brady another SB and Rodgers missing playoffs again. This is going to be exciting to watch for Rodgers to remind folks who the best QB in the league is

You realize that doesn't really make sense, right? 

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6 hours ago, BayRaider said:

The Packers is ran like disney, it’s too big and public. 

But god wouldn't you love to be in charge of all of those Super Heroes?

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4 hours ago, Heinz D. said:

If it's actually true, that's a pretty bad thing, for sure...

You realize that doesn't really make sense, right? 

How doesn't it make sense

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4 hours ago, SBLIII said:

It's probably more about the Green Bay defense that should be improved and go from bottom third to top 10-12 in the league.

Agreed, Packers finally given Rodgers a quality defense since 2011 

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Its not really surprising. He hasnt been around long enough to have a lot of connections around the league. 

Doesn't always mean its a bad staff. Its just hard to fake chemistry and if you dont have it, the task at hand (winning) is always harder. Guys who know each other can have better chemistry, but even then it doesnt always work. 

So, this doesnt really say a lot other than LaFleur is inexperienced and was not negotiating from a position of strength. 

 

LaFleur's brother is an understudy with the 49ers. I think we may have officially "promoted" him to "OC" this year, because pretty much everyone on our offensive staff was in high demand from other teams this offseason. I love how Kyle basically blocked everyone from leaving except for Scangarello to the Broncos. The only reason he was allowed to leave is because he is actually a true OC and will have full control of the offense in DEN. Everyone else would not have had an opportunity to call plays, so they were denied interviews.  

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9 hours ago, Activated10 said:

How doesn't it make sense

That Rodgers wanting to convince everybody he's still the best quarterback means the Packers are winning the Super Bowl. For one thing, I sincerely doubt that sort of thing even crosses Rodgers' mind. For another, winning the Super Bowl is a much more complicated deal than a team's quarterback wanting to prove to the world he's a badass. 

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LaFleur was only hired to be a puppet... McCarthey(although overrated as a coach) wouldn’t give full control to Rodgers so it was time. LaFleur is only there to assist Rodgers.

Edited by ttitansfan4life

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2 hours ago, Heinz D. said:

That Rodgers wanting to convince everybody he's still the best quarterback means the Packers are winning the Super Bowl. For one thing, I sincerely doubt that sort of thing even crosses Rodgers' mind. For another, winning the Super Bowl is a much more complicated deal than a team's quarterback wanting to prove to the world he's a badass. 

Obviously it's more complex than that but I don't doubt Rodgers gets motivated everytime his greatest rival keeps stacking up the rings and he's stuck at one and then new QB on the block looks like younger and better version of himself gets most of the headlines. 

 

Also the fact bleacher report article saying Rodgers is a diva and didn't respect MM intelligence which puts a small dent into his Rodgers character also adds more motivation. 

 

Aaron Rodgers this season is going to be most motivated since his first year where he had to replace Favre. For goodness sakes we had draft analysts suggesting the Packers to take Lock in 1st Rd. 

MVP Level Rodgers with elite running game and top 10 defense are getting the Packers the SB

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21 hours ago, Activated10 said:

Still confident Packers are going to win SB regardless. Rodgers is on revenge tour after Mahomes won MVP, Brady another SB and Rodgers missing playoffs again. This is going to be exciting to watch for Rodgers to remind folks who the best QB in the league is

This sounds like a Skip Bayless/Stephen A Smith-esque hot take.

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