Found June 18, 2013 on Football Nation:
You know the summertime off from football has begun when NFL Network or ESPN or some other sports outfit is putting together their "Greatest Lists of All Time."The NFL Network (which I watch more often than the nightly news) has come up with a piece where all 32 teams has a Mt. Rushmore of sorts --- the greatest players to play the game in that city. While fans beat each other over the head deciding if Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers both should be on the side of Lambeau Field, other teams don't have the same pedigree as others.Sorry, Carolina, Jacksonville and Houston.But the topic of who would make it on the NFL scene of all time brings about great debate and even fighting words among sports writers nationwide.Here is a list of my four and others who could have replaced them. Remember, please, that this is an opinion piece and is comprised to develop debate. I would love to hear what all of you have to say and offer. 

Aaron Rodgers loves being Under the Radar

Usually the Packers are the team to beat, but that could change this year, and Rodgers knows it. The Packers are no longer one of the trendy NFC teams: Those teams reside in the NFC West. “I love it. I love being under the radar,” Rodgers told Jason Wilde of recently. “For sure, we’re a contender. For sure. I mean, we’re going to put ourselves in position...

Aaron Rodgers: “I love being under the radar”

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodger did an interview with and and was asked if he feels like they’re flying under the radar with teams like the Seahawks and 49ers emerging last season.  I love it. I love being under the radar. For sure, we’re a contender. For sure. I mean, we’re going to put ourselves in position to win a lot of games. Our goal is...

Midweek Movie: Aaron Rodgers 2012 Highlights

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Aaron Rodgers Got ‘Wake-Up Call’ From Packers This Offseason

Aaron Rodgers‘ future is secure, but he’s got a pretty heavy dose of reality this offseason by way of some of his Packers teammates. Rodgers signed a five-year, $110 million contract extension in the offseason, making him a very rich man and keeping him in Green Bay through at least the 2019 season. Some of his former Packers teammates weren’t so lucky, as the team went through...

Aaron Rodgers: I Love Packers Being “Under The Radar”

With the return of Sean Payton as coach in New Orleans, and the arms race going on in San Francisco and Seattle, the Green Bay Packers have quietly gone about their business this off-season. The Packers are not consensus pick among experts around the league, and as Rodgers told ESPN Milwaukee, he loves the “Packers floating under the radar.” “I love it. I love being under...

The Problems with Value-Based Drafting

Problems with Value Based Drafting Value Based Drafting in fantasy football is essentially valuing a player to the extent he exceeds the baseline player at his particular position. For example, if Aaron Rodgers is projected to score 427 fantasy points, and in your 12-team league, the No. 12 QB (the baseline player), Robert Griffin, is projected to score 322 points, then Rodgers...

Desmond Bishop released, Aaron Rodgers’ contract to blame?

Earlier in the week, the Green Bay Packers released linebacker Desmond Bishop due to the inability to agree on a restructured contract. This is how the NFL works, players sign big contracts only later to be asked to restructure and take less money because a team is tight on cap space. In 2011, the Packers re-signed Bishop to an affordable four-year $19M deal that only had five-million...

The Packers Are Being Totally Disrespected, You Guys

Perhaps the most pointless off-season story other than a player claiming to be in the best shape of his life is a player boasting that his team not receiving enough respect will somehow propel them to glory. So thanks for this, Aaron Rodgers. The Packers no longer are one of the trendy NFC teams: Those teams reside in the NFC West. “I love it. I love being under the radar,” Rodgers...

NFC North: June stock watch

Green Bay Packers, FLAT: What can you really say about the Green Bay Packers? Will they win their division? Almost certainly. Will they be considered a Super Bowl contender heading into the postseason? Yep. Is Aaron Rodgers still the most valuable player in the NFC North? You betcha. Yeah, the Packers are at the top of their division, and I don't see that changing anytime soon...

NFL 2013 The Five Worst Starting Quarterbacks

There always has to be someone at the bottom no matter what position, or sport. Some of the guys on the bottom are still at a stage in their careers where they can still climb out of that spot and end with a good name. Not everyone can be as good a Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, or a Drew Brees, but you can still be a successful QB in this league without that. But these guys on this...
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