Aaron Rodgers, in previous years, had father time on his tail. For instance, The Packers drafted Jordan Love out of Utah State in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Everyone was wondering why the Packers didn’t draft Rodgers any receiving help? Did Green Bay lose faith in Rodgers? Is he still a top tier quarterback? However, all of those questions and others like it have been quickly and aggressively answered by Rodgers on the field.
Aaron Rodgers is a BAD MAN
Rodgers is lighting up the NFL this season. A big-time Monday Night Football performance against the Falcons is proving Rodgers doesn’t need star power to win games. Davante Adams and Adam Lazard were out for this game. What did Rodgers do in their absence? The BAD MAN threw for 327 yards and four touchdowns—three of those touchdowns going to undrafted third-year tight end Robert Tonyan. Rodgers has been awakened and is lighting the league on fire, decimating secondaries in his path.
Look out Mahomes, Rodgers isn’t Done Yet
Rodgers this season is fifth in passing yards (1,214), second in touchdown passes (13), tied for first with zero interceptions, and is leading the league in QBR (92.8). Rodgers is as hot as hot can be right now. Moreover, there is no end in sight, either. There is no way Rodgers isn’t in the lead for MVP this season, primarily after Patrick Mahomes was relatively held in check by the New England defense on Monday.
Adams will be back. A top-five receiver in the NFL will be playing with the hottest QB in the NFL. That’s a recipe for disaster if you are opposing defenses. After the Packers bye week, the country is in for one hell of a game as Rodgers, and the Packers take on Tom Brady and the Bucs. Brady is playing well, and Rodgers is taking over the league. However, This spells disaster for Brady and the Bucs. With Adams back, it wouldn’t surprise me one bit if Rodgers hangs 40 or more on the Bucs. That’s how good he’s looked so far through four games this season.
Keep counting out the badest man on the planet, keep calling him old and washed up, say anything you want. But don’t be shocked when Rodgers carves up your favorite team.