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Well I mean I do not really disagree as much as I am not as high on what is denver as you. I just don't think he would get better going to a worse team.
Denver is a really good, young team with a defensive minded HC. It would be scary to think of them with Rodgers but as always with him you have to take into account if he will get along with everyone. They would instantly become the second best team in the AFC behind the Chiefs with Rodgers on board. Now whether it all meshes, who knows. He is just too unpredictable and I think he is getting more ornery as he has aged.
 

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Denver is a really good, young team with a defensive minded HC. It would be scary to think of them with Rodgers but as always with him you have to take into account if he will get along with everyone. They would instantly become the second best team in the AFC behind the Chiefs with Rodgers on board. Now whether it all meshes, who knows. He is just too unpredictable and I think he is getting more ornery as he has aged.
Yeah I could be wrong, I don't really follow denver much anymore just remember their defense was not great shakes last year but sometimes bad offense can cause that. If I was GB and I was forced to trade him, he would get sent to some crap team if I could, I would not sure give him his way on where he wants to go, they are screwed either way, because of his cap hit regardless if he plays or not or is traded. I can't think of many teams though that didnt either get a QB in the draft or already have one. If would have to be a team that was a QB away, but they would have to have a ton of cap room too and also things to trade. hey you can send him to houston....that would be a story. Looking at Denvers D last year, they were bottom half in almost every category. Teams were rushing for 130 yards per game on them. Seems like that would drive him crazy. Now Miami on the other hand...that would scare me a bit.
 

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Yeah I could be wrong, I don't really follow denver much anymore just remember their defense was not great shakes last year but sometimes bad offense can cause that. If I was GB and I was forced to trade him, he would get sent to some crap team if I could, I would not sure give him his way on where he wants to go, they are screwed either way, because of his cap hit regardless if he plays or not or is traded. I can't think of many teams though that didnt either get a QB in the draft or already have one. If would have to be a team that was a QB away, but they would have to have a ton of cap room too and also things to trade. hey you can send him to houston....that would be a story. Looking at Denvers D last year, they were bottom half in almost every category. Teams were rushing for 130 yards per game on them. Seems like that would drive him crazy. Now Miami on the other hand...that would scare me a bit.
 

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Oh good we were having a good conversation and someone had to come in and spoil it. How about you just respond to the post and if you disagree with what I said, you say why, Thanks.,
 

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Well I mean I do not really disagree as much as I am not as high on what is denver as you. I just don't think he would get better going to a worse team. They would be more competitive obviously but not sure it would put them over the top.

So basically you're disagreeing about disagreeing. I mean, I guess it shouldn't surprise me.
 

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I do wonder if Rodgers will come back at all if he does sit this year. It is hard to start over in a new conference like Brady did. He is at 412 TDs so he is right there to try to challenge Brady if he can still keep playing but if he misses this season, it will be impossible I think.
 

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I do wonder if Rodgers will come back at all if he does sit this year. It is hard to start over in a new conference like Brady did. He is at 412 TDs so he is right there to try to challenge Brady if he can still keep playing but if he misses this season, it will be impossible I think.
Brady I think is at 606, so it would ake a few years of getting 40 td's if Brady quit today. I am not sure Rodgers plays that many more years.
 

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Brady I think is at 606, so it would ake a few years of getting 40 td's if Brady quit today. I am not sure Rodgers plays that many more years.
Brady is at 581 for regular season only. I think it is a long shot either way but given Rodgers threw for 48 in LaFleur's system last year with supposed not enough weapons (LOL), I think he could have a shot. He would have to play probably 6 more years and Brady would need to be done at age 45. But if he misses this season, then it is off the table I think.
 

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Maybe he is bluffing? I can't imagine him sitting the season. But then again if there was one player who would take a grudge that far, it is probably Rodgers. LOL

 
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Brady is at 581 for regular season only. I think it is a long shot either way but given Rodgers threw for 48 in LaFleur's system last year with supposed not enough weapons (LOL), I think he could have a shot. He would have to play probably 6 more years and Brady would need to be done at age 45. But if he misses this season, then it is off the table I think.
I do not think Rodgers has the heart to play 6 more seasons and I think he will not make it physically. He does not seem to love football like some others do.
 

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Maybe he is bluffing? I can't imagine him sitting the season. But then again if there was one player who would take a grudge that far, it is probably Rodgers. LOL

He used to talk to you all the time, blabbermouth.
 
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