Aaron Rodgers sends message to the Packers front office
The Packers didn’t start the 2022 NFL season on the right foot, which is why Aaron Rodgers sent a letter to general manager Brian Gutekunst. Check out what the veteran midfielder had to say.
The Packers I received an early wake-up call at 2022 NFL season. Far from bouncing back after a horrific defeat to giantsAnd the Aaron Rodgers The company fell to 3-3 After losing to Planes at Lambeau Field in week 6.
Green Bay Currently it ranks second in North NFCbut with a lot more work to be done in the future if he wants to challenge the division into Vikings (5-1). Among the main areas that need to be improved, without a doubt, The a crime.
leave Davant Adams And the Marquis Valdes-Scantling This off-season has taken a heavy toll on the Packers pass game, as Rodgers I left with a group of broad youth. Therefore, the 38-year-old midfielder expects the team to make moves Before the trade deadline.
Aaron Rodgers expects the Packers to keep an eye on the market
“I trust him and his staff; if they feel they need to add that,” Rodgers said of General Motors’ Packers Brian GutkunstAcross ESPN. “I think there is enough in this team to be a successful team. Chances are, if some guys show up, we’ll have a chance to run. I know Brian believes in the same thing. But if there is an opportunity, I expect Brian to be in the mix.“
Aaron Rodgers knows what the Packers can do to improve attacking
Rodgers also addressed the team’s offensive problems after the agonizing defeat to the Gates on Sunday. For him, it is not about who performs the plays, because he believes that they are up to the task. While that, It’s all about making things simple.
“I think based on the way we’ve played in the past two weeks, I think it would be in our best interest to simplify things for everyone – for line, for back, for receivers, especially with [Randall Cobb’s] infection,” Rodgers said. “Just simplify a few things, and maybe that will help us get back on the right track.
“No one works harder than he died on the plan every week, and no one comes up with better ideas than him and his staff. But if it doesn’t work, it’s not because these guys don’t grind. It’s because we don’t run out.” If you think we have the right players, we need to simplify things. If you don’t, that’s a whole other conversation.”
The Packers, especially the Rodgers, definitely feel the absence of an experienced WR this year. So, it would make sense if the front office made a deal before 1 november.