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Green Bay Packers: Skip Bayless Makes Jaw-Dropping Statement About Aaron Rodgers In 2023.

The Green Bay Packers had their fair share of dramatic situations involving Aaron Rodgers over the years.

Ironically, most of the issues between the former Packers QB and the front office came during his final few years with the franchise, and he was named NFL MVP in two of those years (2020 and 2021).

Now, Green Bay has moved on and is focused on making the playoffs with their future franchise signal caller Jordan Love, who has already proven capable of picking up where Rodgers left off and has a bevy of young, explosive talent surrounding him on offense.

The future is bright for the Packers — and if Joe Barry’s defense can hold up against the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears to close out the regular season — Matt LaFelurs team will sneak into the playoffs with a NFC wildcard spot in a season many believed would be a rebuild with the youngest roster in the NFL.

There’s no reason the Pack should lose to the Vikings, especially with Minnesota starting rookie Jaren Hall at quarterback, who saw his first NFL action when Kirk Cousins tore his Achilles at Lambeau Field earlier this season.

Hall was 3-of-4 passing with 23 yards and helped Minnesota close out a 24-10 win over Green Bay in Week 8. He started at Atlanta the following week and led two offensive possessions, going 5-of-6 passing with 78 yards before suffering a concussion.

Last week, Aaron Rodgers dominated headlines yet again when the New York Jets made the decision to elevate their injured QB to the active roster, which resulted in a veteran fullback being cut.










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