With Tampa Bay Buccaneers locking horns against the Green Bay Packers – fans all around the globe are excited to witness the legendary battle between Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady in the regular season.
Given that the winner of this battles, when these two teams met previously in the regular season, went onto lift the Super Bowl (in 2020 – Tamp Bay Buccaneers), it will be interesting to spot how this action pans out. However, while the Bucs have a strong defensive line, the Packers led by Aaron Rodgers are undergoing a major rebuilt offensively – with plethora of unexperienced, young and vulnerable receivers on field.
Chris Broussard quoted on First Things First, “I don’t care if Aaron Rodgers throws for 500 yards, in a 40-point win, this game will not impact his legacy at all. Not one inch, not one centimetre. There’s one thing he can do to impact his legacy this year…..get to a Super Bowl. He’s arguably already the greatest regular season Quarterback we’ve ever seen.”
Chris Broussard on Packers vs Bucs’ showdown impacting Aaron Rodgers’ legacy
Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady are undoubtedly the two of the greatest Quarterbacks to have ever stepped on a football field. From their vision to their accuracy, even against the modern-day QBs is unmatched. And Broussard is the first to acknowledge that. Furthermore, given that both these Quarterbacks have already proven a point from so many years – time and again, Broussard felt it is about time to just sit back and enjoy this match unravel.
Broussard added, “Rodgers hasn’t played well against Brady in the regular season. I wanna know why he (Aaron Rodgers) freezes against Brady?”
Broussard summed up his comments by stating that it is only for the fanatics if Aaron Rodgers losses or wins this showdown against Tom Brady. But truth to be told is that it will never impact one bit of his legacy, no matter what the result is.
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