The Green Bay Packers fell to 4-8 after their 40-33 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. This is far from how many Packers fans anticipated this season going. Even after the departure of several off
ensive weapons, many had high expectations this season. We are realizing that this team is soon going to be looking at a top draft pick. Not a playoff spot. After the Packers’ loss, Aaron Rodgers had some post-game comments that left some Packers fans wondering how long he will be starting this year.
Aaron Rodgers Commits To Playing Only To A Certain Point This Year
Aaron Rodgers was asked about how long he will be the starting QB this year. His response was a bit surprising:
As long as we’re mathematically alive, I’d like to be out there. There’s obviously a lot of other conversations that come into play once you’re eliminated and I’ll be open to all those conversations.
Aaron Rodgers: "As long as we’re mathematically alive, I’d like to be out there … there’s obviously a lot of other conversations that come into play once you’re eliminated and I’ll be open to all those conversations."
— Matt Schneidman (@mattschneidman) November 28, 2022
If Aaron Rodgers sits out after the Packers are eliminated, it would give Jordan Love an opportunity to show what he can do. After stepping in for Aaron Rodgers against the Eagles Love played very well. He finished with 113 passing yards while completing six of his nine attempts. He also had one touchdown, a long pass to Christian Watson, and no interceptions. Most fans were pleasantly surprised to see him play so well in such a big game. The Packers’ remaining schedule still features some tough opponents and could prove a real test for Jordan Love. If Aaron Rodgers actually does sit at some point this season and Jordan Love performs well, it could leave the window open for Green Bay to move on from Rodgers this off-season.
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