While the team was 3-1, they have lost their last three games, putting them well behind the Minnesota Vikings.
However, Rodgers isn’t staying quiet about his frustration with the team’s record.
In fact, he’s making some powerful statements about his teammates.
So what is the four-time MVP QB in Green Bay saying about his teammates?
Rodgers Feels Some Teammates Need Their Reps Cut
While on Pat McAfee‘s show, the Packers QB called out teammates who were committing errors.
To Rodgers, these players “making too many mistakes shouldn’t be playing.”
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He then suggests that these “guys,” which are his teammates, should have their reps cut.
The bold statement is laughable, as he doesn’t talk about how his reps should be cut as well.
While there are mistakes made by his receivers, he’s making mistakes by missing open receivers.
These are simple mistakes coming from the reigning MVP of the NFL.
When Davante Adams was on the roster, Rodgers had no issues airing out the ball.
However, he seems afraid to pass deep, opting instead of plays that gain very few yards.
While Rodgers takes some blame in his interview with McAfee, he doesn’t say how his reps should be cut.
With this statement, Rodgers continues to appear as a bad guy.
But maybe he is, as publicly calling for players reps to get cut has consequences.
While his statement is strong, it might prove troublesome for the Packers this season.