Rodgers should keep his critical opinions to himself : Packers Insider

Rodgers should keep his critical opinions to himself

June 9, 2010 by  
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June 9, 2010, by Mark Strotman, Green Bay Packers Examiner

~Aaron Rodgers has had to prove himself his entire NFL career. It began on draft day, when Rodgers waited for 23 teams to pass him up before being selected by the Green Bay Packers. While Rodgers waited in the green room for over four and a half hours that day, analysts critiqued him any way possible to understand why he was dropping so far.

Kornheiser and Jaworski weren't the only ESPN guys that Rogers ripped. "You look at Marcellus Wiley. He's up there talking about quarterback play. The guy was a defensive end for a few years in the league. "He's not any good," Rodgers said.

 

Then came the waiting game behind legend quarterback Brett Favre. After three years of waiting in the wings, Rodgers took the over the starting job in not-so-quiet fashion. Fans wanted Favre back and accused Rodgers of stealing the job and was dubbed the reason Green Bay had lost the best thing to ever happen to the city since….ever.

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