Colin Cowherd: “Green Bay, be a PLAYER. The Packers have interest right now in Will Fuller. I don’t know if it will work, but Green Bay has a history of living below their means and buying a used cars. They got lucky as hell at quarterback with Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers, and they never even got those guys enough talent around them. Seattle upgrades, the Niners upgrade, Baltimore upgrades, Philadelphia does, the Rams do; they roll the dice all the time…Green Bay, GO FOR IT. You butchered your first round draft pick. You need a wide receiver. You owe it to Aaron Rodgers, he’s 37 years old and he’s broken his collarbone twice. I’m watching all these other teams add pieces… You’re never going to get another Aaron Rodgers. Tampa Bay was already excellent and then they added Gronk, Leonard Fournette, and AB, and they’ll probably add another piece. They didn’t ‘have’ to add Leonard Fournette. They’re going for it because they know Tom is 43 years old. The Seahawks added Carlos Dunlap because Pete Carroll is 69, and Russell Wilson is playing the best football of his life. He can’t play like this for the next four years. You owe it to Aaron Rodgers.” (Full Video Above)
Listen to Colin Cowherd explain why the Green Bay Packers need to really focus on being buyers at next Tuesday’s NFL Trade Deadline, as Colin says the historically cheap Packers need to realize these could be the final 2 or 3 elite years of one of the greatest quarterbacks ever in Aaron Rodgers, and go ALL IN on a Super Bowl much like Tampa Bay is doing with Tom Brady.
Check out the video above as Colin says it’s now or never for Rodgers and Green Bay.
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