16
Sep
08

This Huddling Up Business Stinks


The Green Bay Packers are playing awfully good football at the moment, and it looks like the concerns about Aaron Rodgers were unfounded. Is he Brett Favre yet, no, but he’s managing his games well so far and his team is 2-0 so the results speak for themselves so far. According to Greg Jennings, one of the Packers’ receivers there is very clear difference between the two QBs and it may have a lot to do with why the team is playing so efficiently thus far, “Brett’s a little more loose in there,” Jennings said. “You know, not that Aaron’s tight; he’s fine. But Brett was passing gas in the huddle.” Classy!


1 Response to “This Huddling Up Business Stinks”


  1. 1 youppi
    September 17, 2008 at 3:38 pm

    no wonder the jets still stink then!

    BO!

    i’m kidding. I’m a jets fan.

    wait

    😦


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