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Jordan Rodgers

Discussion in '2009 Draft Archive' started by NYPacker, Dec 23, 2009.

  1. NYPacker

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    He is the younger brother of our QB Aaron Rodgers. He has a great arm and awareness. He will be a junior at vanderbilt next year. I hope that when he enters the draft in the next couple of years we could pick him up. He would certainly be a quality backup. Check out his highlights from butte college on youtube!
     
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    Holy, Aaron has a brother, TAKE HIM!
     
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    Looks like a great QB in the making. Maybe when he goes to the NFL we will have another bro starting QB combo other than Peyton and Eli.
     
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    Would a brother relationship work well on the team though?
     
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    Carson and Jordan Palmer on the same team. That seems to be alright. If I was the younger brother I don't think I would like being on the same team as my bro personally. It might be helpful the first couple of years because he'd probably help out a lot with game film and just how to adjust to the NFL, but I don't think I'd like it after awhile.
     
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    Yea and I would think that his Brother would want to establish himself on a team of his own, as long as its a AFC team.
     
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    I don't see Jordan being a NFL QB. The kid has good legs, but isn't a fantastic passer. Of course he is playing against the toughest defenses in the NCAA each week at Vandy, but I wouldn't even list him as a top 6 SEC QB.
     
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