Aaron Rodgers always appears on the Pat McAfee show on Tuesdays. He is a player who always has no filter when going onto the show. Tuesday was the latest example of him showing his no-filter personality.
This season, the New York Jets are 4-5 and they have already beaten the 2-8 New York Giants. Rodgers believes that the media is biased against the Jets and that the Giants are getting a pass for their poor season.
Aaron Rodgers said on the Pat McAfee show on Tuesday about the New York Giants this season:
“The Giants suck and they’re not talking about it as much.”
Rodgers to a degree has a point because the New York media has been coming after Zach Wilson a bunch since Rodgers suffered his torn Achilles injury against the Buffalo Bills (5-5). New York will face Buffalo this weekend and the Jets have already beaten them this season.
The New York Jets are not out of it by any means despite losing the last two games. If New York can win on Sunday, they will move into second place in the AFC East with a potential AFC East showdown looming on Black Friday against the Miami Dolphins (6-3).
Aaron Rodgers Should Worry About the New York Jets than Rather Worrying About the New York Giants
One of the reasons why the Jets are talked about way more than the Giants is because one team has Aaron Rodgers and the other doesn’t. When the Green Bay Packers traded him to the Big Apple this offseason, all that was talked about for the Jets was Super Bowl or bust. There were no Super Bowl or bust talks for the New York Giants, despite giving Daniel Jones $40 million a year on a four-year deal in the offseason.
With Jones having a torn ACL and Tyrod Taylor out for a while, the Giants may not win another game this season with Tommy DiVito as the starting quarterback and they will be in the Drake Maye and Caleb Williams sweepstakes. Head coach Brian Daboll and general manager Joe Schoen are worried about the future, not what Aaron Rodgers has to say about them.
This is what happens when the New York Jets are the little brother to the Giants. The little brother of the town never stops thinking about the older brother of the town. Rodgers should worry about his team moving forward rather than making comments about the Giants.