The Seattle Seahawks have changed the way teams might look to build their own defenses. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says he thinks it is a little unrealistic for teams to try and emulate their very unique defense.
“With all due respect, I don’t think it’s possible to play at that kind of level for many other teams in this league, if any,” Rodgers said during his weekly radio show on 540 ESPN. “That’s a talented group. I don’t think that should be our goal. We do need to improve on both sides of the ball, but that team has a unique mixture of secondary talent that’s as good a group in the league as you can see, and then a front seven that really plays well together. It should be maybe the standard we’re going for, but it might be a little unrealistic to think of any defense being as good as that for the next couple years.”
There certainly has to be a longer transition to get to the Seahawks level as well, it couldn’t be achieved overnight.
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