LOL, yeah, if I ever finish my time machine I'll make sure not to go back and trade up for Watt. That would be a terrible idea.
We often get awed by what Rodgers can do that Brady can't, but that doesn't mean that he is better than Brady. Brady doesn't have the same flaws that Rodgers has.
Last edited by Wrigheyes4MVP; 12-12-2012 at 03:58 PM.
The defense was the problem. Thats not really McCarthy's bread and butter.
I think McCarthy is a very good offensive coach and a good enough all around head coach.
I mean, you won a SB with him, so its not like he is one of those guys who can't win you one.
You make it sound like he is not good enough to win you one, but too good to get fired.
You may need to rethink that. I'm sorry that Vince Lombardi isn't still around, but you'll have to do with McCarthy.
McCarthy being used as the scapegoat again.
Isn't is possible (or actually probable) that this is purely the fault of Rodgers?
It may be a fixable flaw, but its Rodgers job to fix it. He is the one out there on the field. He is a veteran enough player to handle this issue on his own.
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Rodgers is the best qb in te game today, period.. Over their careers I would ofcourse take Brady's but there's no telling what Rogers career will look like, he already holds numerous early career type records.