#PackersDaily: Am I over it yet? No I am not.

Aaron chats with Packers fans worldwide as he continues to stew in the bad vibes from Sunday's embarrassing loss to the Saints.

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mbpacker's picture

September 14, 2021 at 11:26 am

We are on our 3rd DC but the same problems exist. Maybe it's the players we are drafting that is the issue. Outside of Clark, Alexander, Amos, and a few others we seem to be soft, not a smash-mouth type of player you need on D.

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KnockTheSnotOutOfYou's picture

September 14, 2021 at 01:13 pm

We must be fair...the talent level on the team was in terrible shape when Gutey took over from TT/MM. He has done a very good job hobbling talent together, but this team really needs two more stud DL, and a ILB. Dont know whether Keke will take that next step or not. Push comes to shove though if a super high end ILB who can cover and range sideline to sideline like White with Tampa I'm all over it. In 2022, the Packers should be able to get all three. Trade up using some of the draft choices from the Rodgers, and Adam's trades. Let's get younger and continue to build the infrastructure for the Love era.

I am always a fan of OL in the draft but believe we are OK there once these young guys develop.

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Guam's picture

September 14, 2021 at 10:11 pm

Agree with much of what you said Knock, but I don't believe we will be getting any 2022 draft choices for Adams. His contract is up at the end of this season and he will be a free agent. The best we can hope for is a third round compensatory pick in the 2023 draft.

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Todd's picture

September 14, 2021 at 02:04 pm

A thumbs up, Nags, for the title alone: "Am I over it yet? No I am not." I'm not over it yet either.

8 points
davidhoff@mchsi.com's picture

September 14, 2021 at 03:52 pm

during today's show the question of check-downs came up. Are any stats kept on what a QB to from? If I had to guess Aaron would check out of run more than he would check out of pass. I would also bet that, if he checked out of pass it would be another pass play. I guess that could be attributed to supreme confidence, or maybe just all about Aaron.

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croatpackfan's picture

September 15, 2021 at 07:39 am

Aaron I disagree with you that the game plan was issue. Execution of that game plan was issue, because my opinion is that we saw how it looks like when Aaron Rodgers follows the game plan (beginning of the 3rd Q). At the end of the first series he made bad throw (interception) because he became overconfident again. After that he abandoned teams game plan and started his own game plan, again.

Game plan was OK. Proof for that is Jordan Love's performance in the 4th Q. Fumble at the end is not on him or at least it was not on him completely. Pocket was crushed to him and he tried to make the play (better if he took the sack, but that is experience he has not get yet).

I believe the main problem is Aaron Rodgers' unwilling to follow the plan made by team, including himself.

Also, claims that he looks the best ever during the training camp was joke. How that translates to the field when you do not have red shirt on yourself and there is no real tackling and hitting? That is the problem!

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