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  • Here's a thought: Packers trade Rodgers?

    We already know that Rodgers and Favre can't stay in the same building as it's going to be a media clusterf*** and tear the locker room apart. It's also a media debacle if Favre gets traded unless they can get a 1st or 2nd round pick, which isn't happening.

    However, Rodgers is probably more willing to go to a team like NYJ or Tampa, and would probably command the higher draft pick that the Packers would demand. He may not get the 1st round selection, but I think that this situation is better than any other presented so far.
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  • #2
    something tells me that wont happen lol but it would make more sence i guess
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    • #3
      I'd rather have Rodgers on the Jets than Favre, but I don't see that happening.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by vbsiena24 View Post
        I'd rather have Rodgers on the Jets than Favre, but I don't see that happening.
        I guess I would be suprised if you wanted to give up a high draft pick for Rogers considering you have a decent young QB in Clemmens.
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        • #5
          Shut up Blaze and you shut up right now!

          I'd rather trade Favre to Minnesota for a 7th rounder than get rid of Rodgers.

          Yeah, honestly.

          But if that happened I'd be ****ing PISSED!

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          • #6
            Great idea. Why don't the Packers trade away the future of their franchise for a quarterback with voices in his head telling him to retire when he's playing and play when he retires?


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            • #7
              Originally posted by MMONTERO View Post
              Great idea. Why don't the Packers trade away the future of their franchise for a quarterback with voices in his head telling him to retire when he's playing and play when he retires?
              Exactly. They'd never trade away Matt Flynn.
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              • #8
                I was talking about Brian Brohm.


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                • #9
                  You mean Bran Brohm?lol
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                  • #10
                    If you trade Rodgers away, it's essentially a waste because it'd destroy his confidence. That's basically Ted Thompson flipping the finger. His sanity will go down the toilet. Whatever team will get him will get a hollow wreck who has no self-confidence. On the flip side, it could always instill him with a sense of vengeance and establish a huge chip on his shoulder, thus making him a sick competitor, but I highly doubt that will happen. Few men can survive three years of waiting only to be shown the door.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by MMONTERO View Post
                      I was talking about Brian Brohm.
                      I thought you were talking about Aaron Rodgers. I think all three are our future.

                      Rodgers will dominate 12 years. While this happens Brohm takes overafter those years and becomes the Satchel Paige of the NFL. Flynn, meanwhile, has been hibernating since the end of his second year and plays for 12, just like B and R. 52 years, 4 QB's. Sweet.

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                      • #12
                        Obviously I was talking about Aaron Rodgers. Try to read 3 posts before and after a post u respond to for context.


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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Blazedestin View Post
                          We already know that Rodgers and Favre can't stay in the same building as it's going to be a media clusterf*** and tear the locker room apart. It's also a media debacle if Favre gets traded unless they can get a 1st or 2nd round pick, which isn't happening.

                          However, Rodgers is probably more willing to go to a team like NYJ or Tampa, and would probably command the higher draft pick that the Packers would demand. He may not get the 1st round selection, but I think that this situation is better than any other presented so far.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by MMONTERO View Post
                            Great idea. Why don't the Packers trade away the future of their franchise for a quarterback with voices in his head telling him to retire when he's playing and play when he retires?
                            I know, it's not a good solution. But think about the locker room morale, specifically for him, if they say "HEY YOU KNOW THAT STARTING GIG YOU HAD LOL JK FAVRE DECIDED TO UNRETIRE FOR THE 435809823TH TIME SRY TRY AGAIN NEXT YR N00B."

                            You think he seriously wants to sit on the bench for one, two, three more seasons? They could train Brohm into the QB of the future.

                            It isn't a good situation for the Packers no matter what the hell they do, short of trading him to Minnesota/TB/NYJ for a 1st rounder.
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                            • #15
                              They will have open competition in camp. If Favre wins the job, Rodgers will have to accept that he needs to improve.


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