The Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers, and The Never-Ending Collarbone Saga

Can we stop with this farce already !!!

Being a die-hard Packers fan, it makes me sick to my stomach to see the Green Bay Packers, Mike McCarthy, and Aaron Rodgers, play games of deception with us, as it relates to Rodgers’ Collarbone injury, that has sidelined him for 6+ weeks now. As a fan, I’d be much more content with MM just coming out and saying that Aaron Rodgers will be shutdown for the rest of this season; or Aaron Rodgers not misleading fans about the extent of his injury, and when if any, he experiences pain or not. It’s a bone injury, so we understand that it is going to take time to completely heal. Which is perfectly fine, as long as that is what’s conveyed to the fans; instead, we’re getting mind-games and thousands of alleged sources dispersing information to various media outlets, while the truth remains lost in translation.

I LOVE The Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers way too much, and hence I’d really appreciate if MM can be a little more forthcoming about the injury, rather than a poker faced “He’s not medically cleared” response.

With that said, I’d now like to take the time to address the delusional fans out there who troll the inter-webs with their “Brett Favre would have played through his injury” thesis. STOP!!! Just STOP!!! As great as Favre was, he never broke his collarbone, and he never had a medical staff as conservative as the one we have right now. So please STFU, if you can’t say anything worth value.

With that said, I hope Aaron Rodgers gets back on the field ASAP, because I still believe that The Green Bay Packers can WIN the Super-Bowl.

Go Pack Go !!!

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