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Aaron RodgersQB | Green Bay Packers
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Head coach Mike McCarthy showed resiliency and flexibility in guiding Green Bay to the playoffs despite a rash of injuries that took stars Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews and Randall Cobb away from the Packers for key games down the stretch. After a short stay in the postseason, McCarthy and general manager Ted Thompspon showed rare aggression shown in free agency, resigning young cornerback Sam Shields and bringing in veteran pass rusher Julius Peppers. Injuries and free agency have robbed the Packers of depth at several key positions, however, making the 2014 draft critical if Green Bay is to remain the lead dog in the NFC North. The Packers could see cornerback Micah Hyde as a potential safety conversion, but if not, finding a starter to operate next to Morgan Burnett would appear to be the top priority.
After failing to snag a starting job with Seattle, Oakland and Buffalo, Matt Flynn will again return to the team that drafted him, the Green Bay Packers.Â
He will serve as the likely backup to Aaron Rodgers for at least one more season while Scott Tolzien competes for clipboard holding duties. This was the best possible move for both the Packers and Flynn.
After his impressive game against the Detroit Lions at the end of the 2011 season, it’s been a roller coaster ride for Flynn that took him to Seattle on a big contract that made him millions, then down to Oakland where played just two games and then to Buffalo where he failed to see any action. Then, the Packers decided to bring him back. In the end, he plays pretty well for the Packers and did a very serviceable job starting four games for them. All-in-all, Flynn racked up 1,146 yards, 7 TDs and 4 INTs for Green Bay while finishing with a QB rating of 86.1. To put that rating into perspective, he had a better QBR than Robert Griffin, Matthew Stafford, Carson Palmer, Joe Flacco and Eli Manning
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers took part in a promo for the upcoming movie, "Neighbors" on ESPN recently. Not too bad, either. The star of the movie, Seth Rogan, doesn't recognize Rodgers as a football player. Here's the video if you missed it...
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