Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rogers would like the world to know that he’s not throwing the ball any differently and that he is actually very critical of himself.
The Packers are currently 4-6-1, and we all know losing teams are surrounded by criticism. We also all know the star quarterback really doesn’t like blaming himself and isn’t an outstanding leader. If you thought any of that would change during the rough start, well you were wrong. (RELATED: Here Are The Best Moments From Week 12 Of The NFL Season)
According to WBAY, Rodgers told the media Wednesday:
I study myself. I’m very critical of my own film. I’m not playing any different fundamental-wise [sic], so you can’t have it both ways. You can’t love it when it’s a certain way and then critique it when it’s the other way. I mean you guys can because that’s what you guys get paid to do but again, that’s the news cycle.
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Well, I sure am glad to that you just can’t get an old dog to learn new tricks. Of course, none of this is Aaron Rodgers’ fault. Nothing has been his fault or his problem his entire career. You want to critique him? How dare you?
The man’s fundamentals are perfect, and his throwing motion hasn’t changed at all. You think he’s not critical of himself? Think again, my friends. He just told the media that he is. I’m sure he would never do anything other than present the clearest picture possible.
I really hope the Packers keep losing. Watching Rodgers finding ways to spin any criticism will never get old.