Found April 05, 2012 on Losers Bracket:
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What a douche pocket According to Jason Smith at NFL.com, Aaron Rodgers is the 5th best quarterback in the league heading into 2012.   Jason Smith looks like he’s never played a down of football in his life.  His rankings of  Eli Manning at #1 and Ben Roethlisberger at #4, confirm this.  It also confirms that he knows nothing about football. In the article (not going to list the link as I don’t want to give him the satisfaction of extra clicks to his crappy article), he claims that the poor game that Rodgers had in the playoffs last year is the reason he drops this far.   If you watched the game last year, there were many more things wrong than Rodgers….including many dropped passes.   Even with this considered, Rodgers posted a QB rating of around 78.  Twice in his career, Manning ended up with playoff QB ratings of less than 41. Jason Smith, you win the Loser of the Week award.  Keep Losing.  
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