Packers fans don’t have to worry — Aaron Rodgers is still Aaron Rodgers
Despite drafting his potential replacement in Jordan Love, Rodgers has embraced this season as perhaps his best chance at flying under the radar and making a run at Super Bowl glory. Rodgers, of course, has one Super Bowl under his belt already, but if we can take anything from his Week 1 performance thus far, it’s that he’s out for blood.
Rodgers found a familiar face for his first touchdown of the season to Davante Adams. If that throw wasn’t absurd enough, his pass to Marquez Valdes-Scantling should not be legal in most states, including Minnesota.
We’re afraid of what Aaron Rodgers might do next
Rodgers is among the best self-motivators in the NFL, and in the past several seasons he’s had to do just that, as very few pundits would question his abilities, as he’s among the greatest quarterbacks of all-time. After Love was taken, however, No. 12 was rightfully doubted heading into 2020. Was he over the hill? Would he be able to replicate his success with the pressure on?
The answer to both of those questions is a resounding yes. If those two throws didn’t prove his capabilities, you’re probably Jordan Love’s mom.