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Aaron Rodgers deserves the MVP award, and at CF, he might deserve an early invite into our Hall of Fame. His push back against the Covid-1984 vaxx tyranny has been heroic. As Wile pointed out, he hasn’t just played the passive role. He’s gone on the offensive against the weasels who’ve attacked him. He’s earned my respect beyond just being an all-time great QB.
 

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Curious to see if he retires - if he does that would be Brady, Rodgers and Big Ben all gone from the league.

I still think he has at least 2-3 years left at a high level. The Packers will be mediocre without him
 

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Curious to see if he retires - if he does that would be Brady, Rodgers and Big Ben all gone from the league.

I still think he has at least 2-3 years left at a high level. The Packers will be mediocre without him

Agreed, They need him back!

Supposedly Packers are shopping Love. Be nice to get any Draft Picks they can for him. Then proceed to draft Cole Kelley in late rounds as a possible replacement down the line.

Also looks like Davante Adams is looking forward to being a Free Agent. Expect an overpriced bidding war for him. Doubtful he returns as a Packer as he wants north of 20mil a year.
 

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Agreed, They need him back!

Supposedly Packers are shopping Love. Be nice to get any Draft Picks they can for him. Then proceed to draft Cole Kelley in late rounds as a possible replacement down the line.

Also looks like Davante Adams is looking forward to being a Free Agent. Expect an overpriced bidding war for him. Doubtful he returns as a Packer as he wants north of 20mil a year.

I’d love for them to pull the plug on love. I’m hoping Cole Kelley rises up draft boards - the neglect surrounding him has been frustrating. I think Coan would be a solid option as well in the third/fourth round. We need quotas like Mond and Love made obsolete as soon as possible!
 

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Kelley and Coan are two of my favorites in mid rounds as well. Fingers crossed they move Love.
 

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Honestly if Rodgers could beat the 4 man rush in the playoffs I would nominate him GOAT2 as a Packers' fan.
 

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Congratulations to Rodgers. He absolutely earned it.

Also love that the remaining votes went to Brady and Kupp.
 

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Congratulations to Rodgers. He absolutely earned it.

Also love that the remaining votes went to Brady and Kupp.
The courageous Aaron Rodgers winning the MVP is a middle finger to the vaccine fanatics, the NFL with their discriminatory rules and the wicked media. I couldn’t be happier that he won. Brady and Kupp cleaning up the rest of the votes makes this a total Whiteout! The anti-White leftists must be seething.
 

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The courageous Aaron Rodgers winning the MVP is a middle finger to the vaccine fanatics, the NFL with their discriminatory rules and the wicked media. I couldn’t be happier that he won. Brady and Kupp cleaning up the rest of the votes makes this a total Whiteout! The anti-White leftists must be seething.

And T. J. Watt is the Defensive Player of the Year (just posted the details in his thread)! It's amazing how the NFL's small minority of "athletically inferior" Whites can produce so many stars and superstars.
 

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And T. J. Watt is the Defensive Player of the Year (just posted the details in his thread)! It's amazing how the NFL's small minority of "athletically inferior" Whites can produce so many stars and superstars.

Who knew the Caste System would turn out to be Eugenic in nature? Me. It's probably better the white players don't have much interest in the social ramifications of the caste system but concentrate on being better.
 

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And I remember that A-Hole writer that said he would not vote for Rodgers because of Rodger's take on the vaccine. Rodgers called him a bum.

And I think that writer looks like a bum now.
 

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Rodgers returning to the Packers.

This is how it should have been with Favre and also with Brady in New England.

Seeing Rodgers on another team just doesn't seem or feel right. Glad he is back. Maybe they could find him Jordy Nelson 2.0! I doubt it as the
Packers are so anti white the last decade or so but I can hope right?
 

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4 years $200 mil, with $153 million guaranteed. The NFL has gotten as bad as baseball when it comes to outrageous salaries. We're not far away at all from the day when some baseball, football and basketball players sign deals for a billion dollars guaranteed over a course of years.

I'm not knocking Rodgers, if the owners are going to offer that kind of money of course he's worth it. But there are so many sloppy NFL games with poor play, bad or non-existent fundamentals, tons of penalties, and players who obviously are going half-assed despite all the money they make. Other teams simply quit if they decide they don't like their head coach. I'd prefer not to know what pro athletes make. Why the obsession with it? Business executives, talk show hosts, movie stars, sports broadcasters and others make a ridiculous amount of money but it's not a non-stop news item when they're negotiating new deals.
 

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Ideally they would draft Alec Pierce, the second coming of Jordy Nelson. Lord knows he will slip further than he should.
 

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4 years $200 mil, with $153 million guaranteed. The NFL has gotten as bad as baseball when it comes to outrageous salaries. We're not far away at all from the day when some baseball, football and basketball players sign deals for a billion dollars guaranteed over a course of years.

I'm not knocking Rodgers, if the owners are going to offer that kind of money of course he's worth it. But there are so many sloppy NFL games with poor play, bad or non-existent fundamentals, tons of penalties, and players who obviously are going half-assed despite all the money they make. Other teams simply quit if they decide they don't like their head coach. I'd prefer not to know what pro athletes make. Why the obsession with it? Business executives, talk show hosts, movie stars, sports broadcasters and others make a ridiculous amount of money but it's not a non-stop news item when they're negotiating new deals.

If that contract report is correct, then Rodgers doesn't care about winning a championship. The Packers will find it difficult to give big contracts to multiple players if Rodgers is taking that high of a percentage of the team's available money.

Congrats to Aaron. If the team will pay him that, then that's what he is worth.
 

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4 years $200 mil, with $153 million guaranteed. The NFL has gotten as bad as baseball when it comes to outrageous salaries. We're not far away at all from the day when some baseball, football and basketball players sign deals for a billion dollars guaranteed over a course of years.

I'm not knocking Rodgers, if the owners are going to offer that kind of money of course he's worth it. But there are so many sloppy NFL games with poor play, bad or non-existent fundamentals, tons of penalties, and players who obviously are going half-assed despite all the money they make. Other teams simply quit if they decide they don't like their head coach. I'd prefer not to know what pro athletes make. Why the obsession with it? Business executives, talk show hosts, movie stars, sports broadcasters and others make a ridiculous amount of money but it's not a non-stop news item when they're negotiating new deals.

I believe the players union prefers salary disclosure and the dissemination of salary negotiations as it increases players salaries. That's why media goes on about salaries; because much of this is driven by player agents.

Also, I dont find Rodgers salary that outrageous. Wel I do in the context of a normal persons salary but, not in context of global athletes, especially those at top of their game. This is what they make soccer players, basketball players, make similar figures. Rich are getting richer.
 

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Aaron Rodgers continues to defy the orthodoxy that White athletes are to humbly keep their heads looking down and, as Tucker Carlson likes to say, "Shut up, peasant!"

 

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Aaron Rodgers continues to defy the orthodoxy that White athletes are to humbly keep their heads looking down and, as Tucker Carlson likes to say, "Shut up, peasant!"

The more Aaron speaks out the more endearing he becomes. As a Christ-follower myself, some of his interests I don’t agree with, but his willingness to speak out without fear of “being canceled” is admirable.
 
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