Aaron Rodgers is not a happy camper following the trade deadline passing.  

The Green Bay Packers superstar is having a pretty bad season as his Green Bay Packers continue to rack up losses. One NFL executive is now taking Rodgers to task over his desire for wide receivers. Mike Sando of The Athletic spoke to an NFL talent evaluator who admitted that the Green Bay Packers do need at the position, but anybody they bring will never be enough for Rodgers.

“There is so much there (in Green Bay) that we don’t know when it comes to Aaron Rodgers and his wide receivers,” the evaluator told Sando. “It is almost like, ‘Why would we spend premium draft capital on someone the quarterback probably will not like?’ That is what it comes across as to me. Rodgers plays a part in it, too, like nobody is good enough. They can’t please him.”

One example of this is how the 10-time Pro Bowler spoke about Amari Rodgers, a third-round pick in the 2021 NFL draft who caught four passes for 45 yards as a rookie:

Over the years Rodgers has requested more help at the wideout position, especially now that his #1 target Devante Adams is gone.  However if you look at  his other roster of wideouts,  including  Greg Jennings, James Jones, Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, and Davante Adams, they were in fact all drafted by the team.  So the perception that they don’t draft wide receivers is not entirely accurate, although it does appear like they’re not trying to give Aaron much rope. 

During Sunday Night Football, Rodgers finished the game 19-for-30 passing for 203 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. The struggling passing game was on full display as the team continued to run the football instead of putting the ball in the air with their star quarterback as they were down two scores in the second half.

With the loss to Buffalo, the Green Bay Packers are 3–5 through eight games this season.

Aaron Rodgers and his wideouts visit Detroit this Sunday. 

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