After the 31-26 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, Aaron Rodgers made it clear his future, along with teammate’s futures, are very uncertain for next year. The presumably MVP for this season is playing some of the best football of his career, up until the questionable play-calls by head coach Matt LaFleur late in the fourth quarter, starting with the question to go for a field goal when down eight with 2 minutes left and completely abandoning the run in the fourth quarter. The Green Bay Packers drafted Jordan Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, and even though Jordan didn’t get asked to get drafted, the Packers didn’t give their future Hall of Fame quarterback any help even though he’s been in need of it for years. Regardless Rodgers still led them to a impressive 13-3 record with pretty much the same team as last year.
Aaron had more to say after the game when asked about the field goal decision. Stating it wasn’t his decision and it was the coaching staff to decide that situation.
Aaron Rodgers has three years left on his contract, so we’ll see what the Green Bay Packers decide to do with their clearly unhappy unhappy quarterback, with Matthew Stafford already requesting a trade the quarterback market may get a little richer.