Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who again has his team a win away from the Super Bowl, explains how he’s a different man than he was when he led Green Bay to the title after the 2010 season.
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“He was a really, really humble man, and I definitely appreciated that humility,” Aaron Rodgers said of Ted Thompson, the former Packers GM who died on Wednesday.
Ted Thompson died on Wednesday night, three days after his 68th birthday and just as a Packers team that bears his fingerprints is again one victory away from a Super Bowl berth.
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If Dan Campbell builds the kind of ball-control, physical squad he likes and if the new general manager, Brad Holmes, unearths enough playmakers on defense, the Lions could — maybe should — be relevant in a way they haven't been in decades.
Tom Brady is one win away from the Super Bowl, two wins away from a seventh ring. And Aaron Rodgers stands in his way.
In the Packers' playoff-opening, 32-18 victory over the Rams at noisy — yes, noisy — Lambeau Field, the offense went up against the best defense the NFL has to offer and controlled the game from start to finish.
As he prepared for Saturday’s NFC divisional playoff matchup with the Los Angeles Rams at Lambeau Field, Aaron Rodgers did so acutely aware of what a golden opportunity he and his team have before them.
It may be instructive for Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes to consider what happened 11 years to Philip Rivers and the Chargers when they received a similar gift during a bye weekend.
According to Pro Football Focus, Jalen Ramsey allowed only 32 completions and three touchdown passes on 64 targets this season.