Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 1698 - What if Jordan Love Fails?

There are many experts that are already celebrating the imminent demise of the Green Bay Packers, but the truth is, even if Love is bad, the Packers made the right choice this offseason. Andy Herman reviews today!

There are many experts that are already celebrating the imminent demise of the Green Bay Packers. Surely, they won't hit on another quarterback, right?! And many can't understand the Packers' decision to move on from Rodgers. But the truth is, even if Love is bad, the Packers made the right choice this offseason. Andy Herman reviews today!
 
 

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stockholder's picture

March 20, 2023 at 12:18 pm

The FO caused the cap hit.
That isn't on Rodgers.
Thats on the FO trying to buy the Lombardi Trophy..
Love was drafted too soon! Thats the bottom Line!
It wasn't the same team with a revolving OL.
Rookie WRs. Injured players, and No Adams.
If you look back the Neglect at ILB, DL and
a #2 wrs comes into play.
Rodgers said he wouldn't play, if a Rebuild was immanent.
That would be the deciding Factor because the Offense
would change and they wouldn't listen to his input.
One year or not.
Aaron Rodgers has been the face of the packers.
Gutey failed Rodger's, the team, and the future.
you got 1 thing right.
IT WAS THE RIGHT MOVE FOR GUTEY>
Not the PACKERS.

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Packers0808's picture

March 20, 2023 at 04:32 pm

Rogers isn't a steel post in the winter you know.

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Fubared's picture

March 20, 2023 at 12:27 pm

If Love fails, then the Pack have a shot a a top QB in next years draft. The bigger concern is what about all that contract money that was put off to future years. That fan has to hit the shit at some point and the packers will be shedding talent and bringing in youth via the draft and thats a long row to hoe.
Considering the Bears get 11 or `12 picks and just got some free agent help, the Lions are at the end of a rebuild and this draft finishes that up and the Vikes just shedded some too costly players for newer free agents, your going up against three very good solid teams with rookies.

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Untylu1968's picture

March 20, 2023 at 12:58 pm

What if Love succeeds, we have a great draft, and our returning players make that "jump"? Doomsday doesn't have to be the only option. Give me anything for Rodgers and just get on with it!

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CheeseEdWest2's picture

March 20, 2023 at 12:36 pm

Andy, I always look forward to your insights. You dig deep and wide, with a sense of humor even! GPG, and I would say, GAG (A for Andy) but that would be in poor taste.

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Razor's picture

March 20, 2023 at 10:10 pm

How about some perspective for the Jordan Love outlook. Bart Starr didn’t start until his fourth season. After that he won five championships and two super bowls. Favre rode the bench in Atlanta his first year and was in danger of being released before being dealt to the Packers. He replaced an injured Don Majkowski as the full time starter in the third game of his first Packers season. Favre was 1-2 in Super Bowl games. Rodgers, drafted in the first round sat behind Favre for three season. Starting in his fourth season his record was 6-10. He has one Super Bowl ring from 12 seasons ago. In NFC championship games his record is 1-4 with two of the loses coming at Lambeau Field. So, will Jordan Love fail? Too early to tell, but I am anxious to see him operate the true MLF offense. My bet is that Love’s first season as a starter will be better than Rodger’s first and last seasons. Rooting for Jordan Love!

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