Colin Cowherd: Packers Can't Win a Super Bowl With This Aaron Rodgers


Colin Cowherd: Packers Can't Win a Super Bowl With This Aaron Rodgers
Colin Cowherd: “Just rip the Band-Aid off. You cannot win a Super Bowl with this level of dissension, animosity, and acrimony in the organization, and it’s not going to get better… Aaron Rodgers will never unsee the Jordan Love pick, and Aaron just so happens to be a guy who forgets nothing and remembers everything. The trust has been lost. Rip the Band-Aid off, let’s go. Green Bay is about Super Bowls, this isn’t the Bengals or the Lions here. You’re not winning a Super Bowl with this level of animosity. Trust has been lost… Aaron in Green Bay is DONE. He’ll never unsee Jordan Love. According to a new story Aaron is complaining about a lightly used receiver being let go and he wasn’t told. I mean, c’mon, now you’re just picking fights. It’s OVER, just rip the Band-Aid off, it’s so much easier.” (Full Segment Above)

Listen to Colin Cowherd explain why it’s finally time for the Green Bay Packers to distance themselves from Aaron Rodgers, as Colin says the team surely cannot win a Super Bowl with this version of Rodgers that seems to have reached peak pettiness and melodrama.

Last week Colin says he still believes Green Bay would win the NFC North if Jordan Love is really the first-round quarterback that the Packers think he is, and believes it could be a much smoother transition than you think in the same way it was for the Chiefs going from Alex Smith to Patrick Mahomes.

Check out the segment above as Colin details why it’s time to rip the Band-Aid off in Green Bay.

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