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  1. Joker

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    Von Miller willed Pay-Me-tons and the Broncos to victory...jeezus...the horsefaced sexual assault artist was the worst starter on the field in that super bowl..still, will this end the persistent nad sucking and colon tongue bathing of St Discount Double Dork?
     
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    • Green Bay was 3 for 11 on 3rd down in this game. Who will the media blame for this?
    Defense's fault? McCarthy's fault? Trump's fault? Vast worldwide conspiracy's fault? Aliens?
     
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  3. BradytoMosstoGronk

    BradytoMosstoGronk On the Game Day Roster

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    Naturally, the entire franchise for not surrounding Rodgers with enough talent. It’s his receivers fault he threw a ball in the dirt on a key 3rd down.

    Isn’t this the way it goes?
     
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    I have never in my life seen an elite QB miss as many open receivers as he does. It's like he doesn't see guys that are wide open
     
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    ArchAngel007 In the Starting Line-Up

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    All joking aside, Rodgers had some beautiful throws only he can make, but if he wants to be in TB12 level he needs to win these type of games. Plenty of good weapons around him. Adams is a top 15 WR, they have a legit rooke WR, and that Aaron Jones kid is a beast.
     
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    He’s had good weapons surrounding him before. I get tired of hearing about his lack of weapons. I’m not sure that’s entirely true.
     
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    so sick and tired of the hatred and moronic ignorance...it's like the world is full of Rob Parker bigots and no one else
     
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    Well to be clear he is correct but could use better wording. After all Rodgers has a whopping 12 4th quarter comebacks in his career. So Green Bay shouldn't expect him to save them.

    Eli has 27...;)
     
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    Joe Buck cried tonight. Aaron Rodgers made him cry like no other QB in the history of the NFL could. :eek:
     
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    And probably like 4 of those 12 came with 95% Bullshit as* Hail Mary’s
     
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    Lavictoire Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Brady's been throwing those lately.
     
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    I'm sure he does but my point is Rogers wasn't clutch in the 4th quarter. He's not even in the top 20 in 4th quarter comeback.
     
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    Rodgers has had better.

    The only guy producing out there is Adams. Does Rodgers have guys like Hill, Kelce and Hunt? Absolutely not.
     
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    As I watched that game last night all I could think of is Colin Cowherd talking about how Aaron Rodgers always looks "EXASPERATED" with everyone on the field (except himself of course) with all its attendant eye rolls and head shakes. CC was spot on!
     
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    People in the fawning media love to focus on the make-it-up-as-you-go Rodgers scramble plays that work out. Yes, they are amazing, throwing 50 yards on the run. But he's not nearly good enough at recognizing and executing simple throws that would lead to a lot more wins.
     
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    McDaniels linked to Packers job says coaching Rodgers and working with Brian Gunquist is enough of a draw to get him to leave.
    It's possible at this point I don't care.
    Tired of hearing will he won't he leave genius one day calling a garbage game the next.
    Prefer to have him but if not Bill will just find some young QB coach at like west Baptistville University and in 5 years we are calling him the best OC in the NFL.
     
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    TheRainMaker 2nd Team Getting Their First Start

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    A-Rod went full douche when a reporter asked him whether he thought this season had any hope by replying, “come on brah”!

    Reporter doesn’t back down and tells the man known as the “best QB of all time” that his team is 0-5 on the road.
     
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    Sfpat In the Starting Line-Up

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    Watching the game last night, what struck me was Rodgers inability to progress through his reads. Most of the game was either throw to Adams (1st option) or take a sack. He rarely looked for his second or third options. The non-Adams WRs were there only to block.
     
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