Can we just admit it /sp/? This man is legit the GOAT QB. That hail Mary throw was literally the best throw I've ever seen. Even though they lost, Packer fans have to be pretty proud of this man for making a historic play. Holy shit what a throw.
I'm a Lions fan and that triggered the shit outta me, but yeah, it was amazing.
I have no idea how he made that TD throw, he had three guys chasing him, turned and made a fucking no look bomb to the endzone.
In one season? He had two ON THAT DRIVE.
>Bailed by refs on an embarassing pick 6
>bailed out after a horrible one hop pass on 4th and 5
>bailed out again by cardinals defense on 4th and 30 something
>bailed out again on hail mary and random NFL clock management
>bailed out on coin toss
Ye-yeah, Godgers amirite?
Brady > Rodgers
Rodgers has all of the physical tools you could ever ask for a QB to have, but he isn't on the same level mentally as Brady when it comes to calling the right play to beat a coverage.
On a scale of 1 to 10:
Short pass (0-10 yds): 10
Mid pass (10-25 yds): 10
Long pass (25+ yds): 10+
Pre-snap reads: 8
Pocket presence: 8
Short pass (0-10 yds): 10
Mid pass (10-25 yds): 9
Long pass (25+ yds): 6
Pre-snap reads: 10
Pocket presence: 10
I'm from Wisconsin. People have been spreading the blame evenly all season. Rodgers has been getting the most out of all parties. Second would be a certain someone for giving up play calling.
>“It started seven, eight months ago, right? All for this moment. It’s about honor. It’s about respect. We win this game, you’re honored, your kids are honored, your families are honored. Win on three,”
I would follow Brady into battle.
quit acting like you don't know who has the best record in the NFL
>MVP MVP MVP
Its not a 10. He's prone to sitting in the pocket too long when his first few reads aren't there. Often when it happens he'll get happy feet and either take a sack or throw an incompletion as pressure gets to him. It doesn't happen often but it happens enough to warrant him being an 8/10 for pocket presence.
the "goat" comes into arizona twice in the playoffs, comes out a loser twice. so proud.
because said hail mary was done on one leg, while moving, under pressure, for 60 fucking yards.
it's like some nigga doing a backflip while running and throwing a perfect cricket pitch, or whatever the fuck goes on over there
>having to throw hail marys
>Not blowing the opponent out
>That hail Mary throw was literally the best throw I've ever seen
Yes. So based. Greatest throw in Playoff history
>GB should've went for the 2pts, until the league changes the rules to let both teams get a chance to touch the ball it's not worth settling for OT
YES YES YES YES YES
> this is the only winning strategy that makes sense, keep your destiny in the hands of your Offense
Idk how you think Brady is an 8 on deepball. I was being generous giving him a 6. He connects less then 40% of the time on his deepball, and when he does he rarely hits his reciever in stride. More often than not he overthrows them.
As far as mobility goes, I put Rodgers at 8 and my rational is this: If Cam/Kaepernick/Wilson are an obvious 10s for mobility, that would make Luck a 9. Rodgers isn't quite as mobile as Luck so I put him one point lower at 8.
6 for Rodgers' leadership is just too low. 7 maybe if you wanted to be really harsh on him, but 6 just no. He is a very good leader.
>Can we just admit it /sp/? This man is legit the GOAT QB.
Any NFL (or college and even high school) quarterback can blindly chuck the football towards the end zone, actually catching it is 99% the receiver's responsibility.
>I'm a Lions fan and that triggered the shit outta me, but yeah, it was amazing.
If you're a real Lions fan, you'll remember that two plays before that, TWO of our pass rushers were being blatantly held at the same time and the refs somehow didn't notice...
>He is a very good leader.
He's a good leader when everything is going the Packers way. But look at his body language and demeanour when they're getting BTFO, he's always starting to sulk and mutter under his breath. Broncos game is really the best example.
That's a good argument to put him at 7, but the positives outweigh the negatives. He picked up that team after his HoF predecessor "retired" and never looked back. He has excellent command and calm in big pressure situations that allows teammates to play better for him in those moments.
great game, but honestly the blatant fucking garbage ball spots for downs and ignoring the obvious 2 pass interference no calls at the end of the game decided things.
What we got is a decent consolation for such garbage officiating, and the cards earned their victory, but the officials are a fucking joke in this sport, and allowed to get away with shit / incompetence so severe that it looks like its home cooking because they don't get punished ever for anything, fuck this bullshit