The Green Bay Packers are ready for the next era at Lambeau Field. While fans and media outlets may still be reveling in the franchise-altering Aaron Rodgers trade, players and coaches are ready to focus on 2023. That was true recently as one Green Bay Packers fired back about yet another Aaron Rodgers question, and he silenced the room.
Green Bay Packers Defensive Coordinator Joe Barry Fires Back About Aaron Rodgers
Joe Barry was asked about Aaron Rodgers for the last time:
“You mentioned [Rodgers] and his honors. It really doesn’t matter on our side of the ball, the defensive side of the ball. That’s the thing that we’ve got to do week in and week out,” Barry said, via the Wisconsin State Journal. “We’ve got to show up and play our best version of football, our best version of defense. We can’t be up one week and down the next. We’ve got to find that consistency and show up every single week.”
The last five or six weeks of the season, we found that,” he continued. “We don’t have time to waste 10 weeks. We’re in May. That’s what OTAs are for. That’s what the offseason is for. That’s what training camp is for. But we’ve got to be much more consistent than we were a year ago, week in and week out.”
No matter what happens with Aaron Rodgers and the New York Jets this season, the Green Bay Packers seem to be confident in what they have with Jordan Love. Not only that, but the young weapons they have surrounded him with. This team has a real chance to have their young core grow together for years.
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