Brady Quinn: “It’s bizarre and it’s crazy, and it might set back their franchise for a decade. This might be one of the worst moves that we’ve seen in a long time and it doesn’t even have anything to do with them drafting Jordan Love. It’s the fact that they didn’t even draft a wide receiver in a deep draft where they could have found value in the sixth round. It boggles my mind the way they handled this draft considering what was there.” (Full Audio Above)
Listen to former NFL quarterback Brady Quinn explain why the Green Bay Packers had one of the worst NFL Drafts in recent memory, not just because of the fact they drafted Utah State quarterback Jordan Love in the first round, but the fact they failed to add another wide receiver to complement incumbent starter Aaron Rodgers, and took a running back not known for his pass-catching skills.
Check out the audio above as Quinn details why he doesn’t understand why Green Bay would take Love when Rodgers is still under contract for four more years, and says the franchise’s new regime may have taken things personal with their shot to the bow of Rodgers’ job security.