HemiBeers Posted January 10 Share Posted January 10 8 hours ago, Principled Man said: This Packer fan is happy that the dysfunctional season is over, but now comes the hard part. The Packers have to decide whether to part ways with Aaron Rodgers (and pay him $58 million) or have him be the starter next year and probably repeat this year's failure. I don't see the Packers eating $58 million dollars and getting nothing out of it. I predict that Rodgers will be back. I could be wrong. If they cut him, he's actually got nearly $100 million dead cap hit this year. That's absurd. That drops to a $24m cap hit next year. His contract runs until he's 43. Jordan Love's rookie deal expires after next year, so got to figure out if he's the answer. Only somewhat reasonable solution is start Love next year and just have Rodgers sit and cash his checks. Cowherd made a good point...GB has blown the last game the past 3 years with Rodgers playing...at what point do you move on? If Rodgers doesn't start and becomes his typical dickhead, just let him stay home and send the checks. It's slowly starting to show the Lions getting the better of the Stafford/Goff deal. The talk in Detroit about Goff just being a bridge QB is dying off. He's a system QB, but still very good in the right system. Detroit's at the turning point and it would stupid to turn to a rookie QB at this point. Lions also have the Rams #1 pick at 6 this year. Would not surprise me if Stafford is done. 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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