Colin Cowherd: “I didn’t buy into the Packers all year. I didn’t care about the record and I didn’t care about the stats, I just knew what my eyes were telling me. It was a 9-7 team masquerading as 14-3. Sunday was a prime example of Green Bay. Seven yards a play, Aaron Rodgers was 31 of 39, they were great on third down, had the ball more… If you just looked at the stats you didn’t realize they were pushed around all over the field. Green Bay is a stats team and the stats and record didn’t fool my eyes. Their defense is opportunistic, but it didn’t scare anybody. It didn’t want any part of those running backs, and the guys in the back end of that defense looked intimidated. San Francisco looked like Conor McGregor and Green Bay looked like Cowboy Cerrone; 'get me out of here!' Green Bay got very lucky this year. Aaron Rodgers’ mythology is greater than his REALITY. San Francisco could smell the fraudulent Packers’ fear. Green Bay was the poorest coached, least talented, and the least physical teams of the final four teams.” (Full Video Above)
Listen to the Colin Cowherd explain why he wasn’t surprised by the Green Bay Packers’ 17-point loss in the NFC Championship over the San Francisco 49ers in a game that didn't even feel as close as the over two touchdown scoring margin.
The 49ers entered the fourth quarter leading 34-7 and annihilated the 13-4 Packers for the second time this season, after crucifying them 37-8 in Week 12 at home.
Colin has been on the record calling the Packers a fraud all year, simply masquerading as a good team who received flukey breaks the entire season.
Check out the video above as Colin compares the NFC Championship to the Conor McGregor/Cowboy Cerrone fight, where one of the fighters clearly wanted no part of the aggressor, and Colin also details why Aaron Rodgers' reputation has far surpassed the actual reality of his lukewarm play the last few seasons.