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Thread: Rich Eisen on the Possibility of Aaron Rodgers on the Raiders

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    Rodgers is known for calling out teammates for sub par play. I think Rodgers would have no problem with a coach who demands a lot. My question would be would Rodgers adapt to josh's offense?

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    My issue with Rodgers coming is playing in McDaniels system. McDaniels is too stuck in his ways to change his offense to Rodgers skill. He will force Rodgers into learning his offense., rather than look at Rodgers and say, our offense is going to be what and how Rodgers wants to run it and McDaniels be the guy who supports him and puts tweaks into Rodgers style of offense to make it better....

  3. #13
    You do realize that McDaniels runs a west coast offense which is what Rogers has been in most of his career.

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    If Rodgers changes the play at the line and gets a big gain, is McDonalds going to yell at him? Rodgers may be a better play caller compared to McDonalds.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by JD707 View Post
    So far he has done exactly what he has done in Denver. He has demonstrated he has no ability to learn from his mistakes or take responsibility. If he thinks Carr has a big ego, try that shit on Rodgers, he'll walk the fuck out the door.


    Rodgers is like a high-maintenance supermodel on a constant menstrual cycle.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Bama_Raider View Post
    Rodgers is like a high-maintenance supermodel on a constant menstrual cycle.
    Which is exactly what I am saying. Those 2 would clash immediately. There's no way he could do what hes done in Denver and in Vegas to Rodgers. I would love Rodgers to be the QB for the Raiders for next few years I just don't think that 1 it will happen and 2 if it does that McDaniels is going to work with Rodgers.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by rabidraider View Post
    Rodgers is known for calling out teammates for sub par play. I think Rodgers would have no problem with a coach who demands a lot. My question would be would Rodgers adapt to josh's offense?
    That's been your experience in life? People who call others out love to be called out? I have experienced and seen the opposite of that.

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by JD707 View Post
    That's been your experience in life? People who call others out love to be called out? I have experienced and seen the opposite of that.
    I dont play professional football. You don't think Billochek holds players accountable? No one likes to be called out, but in football you have to hold people accountable. Over the years how many dumb fuckers made dump ass penalties and such?

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Bama_Raider View Post
    Rodgers is like a high-maintenance supermodel on a constant menstrual cycle.
    This right here,

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by ThePantyRaider View Post
    My issue with Rodgers coming is playing in McDaniels system. McDaniels is too stuck in his ways to change his offense to Rodgers skill. He will force Rodgers into learning his offense., rather than look at Rodgers and say, our offense is going to be what and how Rodgers wants to run it and McDaniels be the guy who supports him and puts tweaks into Rodgers style of offense to make it better....
    again if mcd worked so well with brady, mcd will work well with rodgers both brady and rodgers were bullys in the locker room and held team mates to highest standards

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