Originally posted by JayJayDeanWHAT is with all this Aaron Rodgers hate? The guy is a VERY GOOD QB.
Well, he's proven so far only to be a good COLLEGE QB. The same was true with Campbell at Cal in '81...and we all saw how that turned out (dude eventually ditched the NFL for the ministry...not that there's anything wrong w/ that.)
Originally posted by Sec19Row53For what it's worth, other renowned Packer #12s (Rodgers' new number) include Jim Del Gaizo, John Hadl, Brian Dowling (that's "BD" from Doonesbury), and T.J. Rubley. To borrow a phrase from The Thrill - ye gods!
To be fair, there were a couple of good #12's in green-and-gold history:
Bart Starr's backup Zeke Bratkowski...
and The Man With Joe Namath's Knees...LYNN F'N DICKEY.
His records far from shabby but Mooch's style of footbal never really sat well with a large number of 9ers fans from what I could tell. He didnt play the classic West coast offence that they know and love in San Fran so the fans never got behind him.