Steve Covino: “Our first speculation was how is Rodgers going to be with the New York media? Green Bay is a different place. You have to give him credit being at all these games, he’s winning me over! He’s out there front and center, there is no room to criticize—He’s doing everything right. I’m bought in, I don’t know about everyone else but I’m not complaining.”
Rich Davis: “He comes to New York, he gets rid of the John Wick haircut, going to the Rangers game and being seen. Next week you’re going to see Aaron making bagels in the East Village. If Aaron Rodgers takes them to the playoffs and they happen to win a Super Bowl? He will be a legend in New York City, anything from the past will not matter. Listen, I can’t say I’m 100% on board, what if it goes bad? That’s my problem. The same people who have Aaron Rodger’s back when he’s good will boo him when he’s bad.”
Tonight on Covino & Rich, the two go back and forth regarding Aaron Rodgers and his new persona in New York City. Covino is buying into the Rodger’s persona saying people who criticize him have no reason to do so at this moment. Although, Rich isn’t totally bought into Rodger’s new NYC life. He think’s everything is good right now but if something goes wrong for him and the Jets don’t do well, they’ll want him out of there fast.