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HomeBred_Texan
12-17-2005, 12:47 PM
GB is hurting for sure. Last year they drafted QB Aaron Rodgers, whom I thought was better than Alex Smith that SF took. Am I the only one that thinks Aaron Rodgers will be the starter at Gb next year or will he get traded away or what?

edo783
12-17-2005, 05:00 PM
GB is hurting for sure. Last year they drafted QB Aaron Rodgers, whom I thought was better than Alex Smith that SF took. Am I the only one that thinks Aaron Rodgers will be the starter at Gb next year or will he get traded away or what?

If Brett comes back, he holds the clipboard, if not he plays. About that simple IMO. I'm seeing some good things being said about him and how well he is learning under Brett. GB lucked out BIG time IMO when Rogers dropped that far, otherwise they would be up the creek looking for Brett's replacement.

Texas_Thrill
12-19-2005, 09:56 AM
I don't think he starts next year. I mean McNair sat the bench for what 2 years for us? The kid will be fine. Smith might end up being a SYSTEM qb.

J-Storm
12-20-2005, 06:24 AM
I thought Aaron Rodgers didn't look too bad in the few opportunities he got against Baltimore. Sure he didn't like an instant replacement, but he didn't look as bad as I thought he may for a guy who had only made 1 snap so far all year. I'd rather take him over Alex Smith only from some highlights (or lowlights depending how you look at it) I have seen of Smith.

beerlover
12-20-2005, 10:18 AM
They are talking about sending him to NFLe.....that's not a good sign for a first round guy but I was never big on him to begin with.

I wonder if the same fate awaits Ragone again as well :confused:

gg no re
12-20-2005, 11:34 AM
Favre's gonna be playing until they ban him from the NFL.

NFLe may be the only chance at gametime reps that Rodgers will ever get to see.

gg no re
12-20-2005, 01:18 PM
That wasn't Rodgers. It was merely a clone created by the Wisconsin State R&D Department.

Sarg01
12-20-2005, 01:49 PM
That wasn't Rodgers. It was merely a clone created by the Wisconsin State R&D Department.

I'm not sure it was Favre either. He was lucky to escape with only 2 picks. There were at least 2 other sure INTs that Baltimore dropped. My favorite was the one where Favre hit Ed Reed in the numbers, a full 5 yards from his intended target, Donald Driver.

gg no re
12-20-2005, 05:30 PM
No, that was pretty much Favre.

You can tell if it's a legit Favre if he throws 5 TDs and/or 5 INTs.