The Green Bay Packers have been a mess this season.
After three straight 13-win seasons entering this year, the Packers were expected to be one of the best teams in the NFL.
As long as Aaron Rodgers is under center for Green Bay they will have a chance to compete.
That no longer looks like the case this season.
Rodgers has not been very good this season, and it appears he is not putting any of the blame on himself.
His former teammate Greg Jennings is even putting Rodgers on blast for doing exactly what he said he would not do.
Greg Jennings shared that when Aaron Rodgers was Brett Favre's backup, a young Rodgers told his teammates that he'll never do what Favre does and avoid accountability. Now, he's doing just that.
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Surely, losing Davante Adams has been a problem for the Packers, especially because they did nothing to replace him.
The Packers offense lacks explosiveness and they need Rodgers to step up and play better.
Green Bay has a record of 3-6 this season and is staring at long odds to make the playoffs.
Is Rodgers Finished In GB?
With how this season is going, this could be the last season we see Rodgers in a Packers uniform.
Before the season he considered retirement, and that could be an option again.
Or the Packers may just look toward the future and trade Rodgers for a package of picks.
The upcoming schedule for the Packers features the Cowboys, Titans, and Eagles.
The odds look pretty good they could end up 3-9.
At that point, it might pay dividends to see what they have in Jordan Love.
They should know heading into next year if Love is the QB of the future or not.
Green Bay will not be a playoff team this season, and Rodgers’ future as a Packer will be a question all offseason.