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QB Aaron Rodgers on Rich Eisen podcast

Posted by Mike Spofford on June 12, 2013 – 11:56 am

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was a guest on The Rich Eisen Podcast on Tuesday. Eisen is an NFL Network studio host, and the link can be found on nfl.com right here.

Other topics of the podcast include Philadelphia WR DeSean Jackson and the signing of QB Tim Tebow by the New England Patriots.


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2 Responses to “QB Aaron Rodgers on Rich Eisen podcast”

  1. By airpacker12 on Jun 23, 2013 | Reply

    well at least when mm was questioned about his teams lack of toughness he didn’t say they were wrong!he just said it was foolish because they won 12 games ! you lost all games for the last 2 years against teams that were considered tough ! quite frankly you were man handled ! because you have the best qb in the league is the only reason you won as meny as you did ! I said at the beginning of last year that this team was heading the wrong way and it showed…this year gb has tough scedual, so my guess is if the ball bounces gb way they might get 9 wins…It isnt a lack of talent on gb; but a d coordinator who thinks the game has changed so having 1 or 2 d linemen is the way to go… somebody please show me a tape were these idiotic formations actually work… A head coach who came out and says before the sf game were not even gonna try and run against them ! and didn’t ! an o-line coach who routinely gives up 50 plus sacks a year ! a rb coaching the wrs, no drop off there last year either huh.. MM winning 12 games with say trent dilfer is good but with a=rod not so..the goal is the sb or bust !period ! the giants and the niners are in the way !and they flat out embarresed us every time we play them !

  2. By airpacker12 on Jun 23, 2013 | Reply

    This is most probable how this year will shake out ! a terrible start then all the sudden people will be placed on injured reserve….. The excuse will be in place ! Now as I said last year please rember what I wrote and if Im wrong ill gladly admit it ! and do push ups lol ! so save the hate responses, and if anybody can write a logical response to where Im wrong ill gladly consider it !

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