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  1. Aaron Rodgers 2018 Outlook

    I've watched every game and the first part just isn't accurate at all. Most of his sacs are just pocket collapsing sacs. He still gets outside and runs plenty. Second part who knows. He's made bad throws and ignored check downs plenty though.
  2. Melvin Gordon 2018 Outlook

    If it's week 16 it's a real gamble using him with a fear of limited use or re-injury in the championship week.
  3. James Conner 2018 Outlook

    Maybe Steelers don't want to ride him too hard for fear that he'll hold out next season.
  4. Aaron Rodgers 2018 Outlook

    Hard to defend him this season. I'm really just hoping this year will humble him a bit so he can get back to being a badass next season. I've just seen too many bad throws week after week, you can make excuses all you want but he just doesn't look very good this season.
  5. James Conner 2018 Outlook

    What? That was a great play where he juked people and gained something like 15 yards off the screen pass, it was a great play that ended horribly.
  6. Amari Cooper 2018 Outlook

    This is like the same thing he's always done isn't it? Blow up once in a blue moon and stink it up the vast majority of the time.
  7. Trey Burton 2018 Outlook

    He didn't fail? Sure seemed like he did...
  8. Trey Burton 2018 Outlook

    Then he dropped one that hit him in the hands after that... He could have had a "decent" day with the opportunity he had but definitely failed himself.
  9. Todd Gurley II 2018 Outlook

    Might have been a coaching decision, like you expect that Andy Reid will scheme to stop gurley so we'll just beat you through the air if you are going to sell out to stop him.
  10. James Conner 2018 Outlook

    You think the Steelers will draft a RB to replace a top 3 rusher in the NFL?
  11. Aaron Rodgers 2018 Outlook

    That was a thing of beauty, 55 air yards on that ball I think. That being said he just took sacs and threw the ball away too often rather than take what was available on the short passing game.
  12. Aaron Jones 2018 Outlook

    Yeah I'm hoping the QB coach or someone sits him down and points out all the dump-off's he could have taken. Dump to an elite RB like this and there is a good chance he can make someone miss. Do like Brady does just pass it 1-2 yards to White and let him generate all your passing yards after the catch.
  13. Mike McCarthy 2018 Outlook

    But they should have beaten the Vikings so it's a wash.
  14. Mike McCarthy 2018 Outlook

    Long time Packer fan here and I always chuckle every time we lose a game and the talk of the town is "fire McCarthy", kinda feel bad for the guy. That being said I don't think McCarthy is a "bad" coach. I think he's below average but not garbage like people always say. That's what worries me most about a firing of him. It's quite possible that we wind up with someone even worse, McVay's and Bellichek's don't just grow on trees. Replacing McCarthy doesn't mean we'll wind up with something better, it's quite possible it would get worse. McCarthy was there for the super-bowl, he was there for the 15-1 season, he's been there while the Pack dominated the NFC north for a long run. It's hard when you are constantly winning and getting low draft picks to keep your roster talented enough to keep on winning. Bellichek is the only coach that's made it work. It's designed that way. Even the beloved McVay right now still has some real trials to over-come as he has to start dealing with cap-space and low draft picks over the next several years. Gurley got paid, he's going to have to pay Goff soon. It's a lot harder to win when you can't just sign every single elite FA on the market to your team.
  15. Every team rest of season will do that