There were multiple reports suggesting that Aaron Rodgers might retire after he won his second consecutive MVP accolade. Against all odds, the Green Bay Packers #1 Quarterback came back to throw the kitchen sink at winning the ultimate silverware. The reality looks like he very well might be regretting his decision.

Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers

After losses against New York Giants, New York Giants, Washington Commanders and Buffalo Bills, Aaron Rodgers’ Green Bay Packers’ have dropped yet another game on Sunday night against the Detroit Lions. Following this loss Rodgers was questioned upon his decision to return and how he feels about it now.

To which he responded by saying, “When I decided to come back, I was all in and, and I don’t make decisions. And then, you know, hindsight, 2020, you know, have regrets about big decisions like that. So, I was all in and this is a lot of life lessons for sure this year. But luckily, it’s not over, there’s still a lot of games left will be counted out probably by many. And we’ll see how we respond.”

Aaron Rodgers gets brutally honest after Packers fall to 3-6

Having thrown three interceptions in the game on Sunday, Aaron Rodgers finished the game with 23/43 attempted passes for 288 yards and just one Touchdown pass to Allen Lazard.

Aaron Rodgers added, “I’ve been counted out many times in my life, as have many of my teammates. And I hope we just dig deep. And find a way we will truly be underdogs for many games moving forward. Hopefully, we can embrace that. We have two games at home. We got to go win those two games in a week and then this thing looks a little different.”

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