Oh I'm fully aware. I've been scared like this since Rodgers took over but a lot of fans never considered the thought every year of him getting injured, traded, retiring early, etc. That has always been on my mind and I'm glad last year we at least had an "alleged" stud as an emergency backup plan. With that said, an alleged stud is a nobody and it will be terrifying to know that is our future if Rodgers isn't here. I'm still incredibly optimistic about Love, thoughIf they move on to Love, there's going to be a lot of trepidation regardless. The absence of a Tim Boyle isn't exactly moving the needle any further for me.
Having only 1 QB on our roster and said QB has yet to take a snap in the NFL
I prefer to not live my life scared. IT IS A GAME played for entertainment. I cheered during the goryyears. I don't expect a repeat of that.I've been scared like this since Rodgers took over
Mullen I thought of. Luck I hadn't. I don't want any has been and the associated cap hit sent back. Give me someone cheap also.I'd be really... REALLY... Nice to Andrew Luck.
For real though, whoever we trade him to I'd assume would toss us a QB back.
I recall quite a few seasons where the Packers were still in the playoff hunt at Thanksgiving. That kept the season interesting. Then we waited for the implosion.In some was the 70s and 80s were easier as I had no expectations beyond hoping for a decent game and maybe a win every once in a while.
Jordan Love is Gute's qb. With Rodgers gone play him the whole season. If he stinks, you have a big enough sample size to judge his ability and you get the benefit of getting a top draft pick to nab his successor. The back up qb isn't important unless Love is the real deal. RG3 would be my choice given the bare cupboard.