He may be making it tough to defend him in the ‘Aaron Rodgers is uncoachable’ argument, but whether you love him or hate him, limiting Green Bay‘s signal-caller must be a part of the defensive game plan for any team that faces the Packers in 2019.
Why? You must mean besides the fact that Rodgers can still get it done against anybody. That other ‘Number 12’ tossed two touchdown passes against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 2, and while that may not have been enough to ensure a Green Bay victory in years past, ‘The Pack’ has a defense now.
They’re going to be tough to deal with in 2019.
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Russell Wilson deserves to be mentioned among the elite quarterbacks in the NFL. Anyone with a respectable opinion will tell you so. He has it all. He’s a proven leader. He can make all the throws, and he never looks like the situation is too big. As long as he’s healthy (and he always is), the Seattle Seahawks have a shot to beat anybody that they step on the field against.