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Aaron Rodgers Talent

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by whoartthou, Oct 4, 2011.

  1. whoartthou

    whoartthou Cheesehead

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    Just curious guys, but who did mr.rodgers look up to when he was growing up? I.E., who did he mold his game after?
     
  2. Bogart

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    Think he was a fan of Montana, lol who wasn't back in '86?
     
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  3. whoartthou

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    haha true.

    Just curious bogart... but how does rodgers perform in outdoor games?
     
  4. Bogart

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    Damn good.

    The only advantage in doors is weather I think. You don't have the wind or rain or snow playing a role.
     
  5. whoartthou

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    exactly, but thats a huge advantage, no?

    How good is he outdoors (in ray/snow etc etc)
     
  6. Jules

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    He can do anything. Indoors, outdoors, on a plane/boat. Does not matter. Just give him a football.
     
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  7. whoartthou

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    haha. Anyone happen to have his stats for bad weather games?
     
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    Marino was a better passer than a QB if that makes any sense.
     
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    Since A-Rod was/is a 49ers fan has he ever said that watching Steve Young was an influence or had any impact to inspire him the way he plays?
    Any connections, besides just being a fan, that you know of?
     
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  10. greenandgold

    greenandgold I'm Dirty Hairy Callahan

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    Who did he admire? Probably Al Bundy, who scored four touchdowns in a single game for Polk High School. :p
     
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  11. Forget Favre

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    Yeah, and that's why he stays away from women named Peg.
    Al Bundy is an inspiration to do the opposite of what he does.
     
  12. Bogart

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    I have thought about that before....All the comparing to Montana, I didn't get to watch Joe in his prime so I can't really comparing scrambling between Rodgers and Montana, but Rodgers and Young, you can see an influence on how he scrambles to escape pressure and pick up some yards with his feet.
     

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