Bucky Brooks: “I thought it was so smart for them to take a quarterback. Brian Gutekunst had put this out there in January that they were going to seriously entertain taking a quarterback and taking one high. The reality of this situation is this: Aaron Rodgers is 36 years old, and since 2017 has had two major injuries – a broken collarbone in 2017 and the MCL/tibia fracture in 2018. His completion percentage has also declined each and every year since 2017 and he hasn’t been the same player. If you’re Matt LaFleur and watching him operate your offense, statistically the offense was inefficient and didn’t pop when it came to scoring points… The thing that is scary for Aaron Rodgers is that he’s about to get ‘Alex Smith’ed’ and walk to the practice field every day and look over his shoulder to see the guy who is about to take his place. That can be psychological warfare. You know who needs a quarterback? The Bears.” (Full Audio Above)
Listen to former NFL player and scout Bucky Brooks explain why he thinks the Green Bay Packers made the right move in drafting Utah State quarterback Jordan Love as their heir apparent to Aaron Rodgers.
Check out the audio above as Brooks details why it’s clear that the writing is on the wall that the Packers’ organization doesn’t trust Rodgers anymore, and says that Rodgers should be looking ahead to what NFL team he will be playing for next.