What Green Bay Should do with Farve

I tried to stay out of it.  I really did but I can’t anymore.

Green Bay trade Aaron Rodgers to Kansas City.  Start Farve this year and go for the super bowl.  You have Brohm behind him for the future and I would be that Brohm will be a better QB than Rodgers.  Not right now but a year or two from now. 

Green Bay’s offense is stacked and their defense is good except for their DT’s.  They need to make a run this year and could do it with Farve.  I just don’t see the need for them to gamble on Rodgers at this point.  If they were rebuilding or if Rodgers had proven that he was really good then yeah…but neither of those has happened. 

KC would have control over Rodgers for two years.  The Packers get a pro bowler and make another run.  KC gambles on a 1st rounder instead of Croyle…who doesn’t offer a lot of hope.   But, here’s why it won’t happen:

  • McCarthy wants that entire team to worship him and Farve won’t do it.  He’s a control freak who can’t get Farve under control. 
  • Farve waited too long for this.  Should have done it in June at the last mini camp. 
  • Neither side wants to lose the pissing contest
  • Green Bay didn’t hire Ari to sit around and do nothing. 

2 responses to “What Green Bay Should do with Farve

  1. I like Brett Favre and respect his decision to continue playing with the hapless Jets. However, Brett Favre has no idea what he has gotten himself into. The New York media is NOTHING like the Green Bay media which treated him like a legend and icon for many years. A few bad games (and there will be many of those) the media will be in his grill and poor Brett will quickly question WHY he came out of retirement. Good luck Brett!

  2. I tend to think the whole “scary” new york media won’t have a huge impact on Brett. Football players just don’t have a lot of off time during the season to pay that much attention to it. especially a veteran like farve.

    i don’t think the expectations are super bowl with that team. but playoffs is the goal. The Jets have a good defense and a good offensive line. Their problem has been the lack of big plays in the passing game. Theoretically that changes now.

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