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    Params: post, 231076, a:1:{i:0;s:4136:"Thompson and McCarthy are in a no-win situation if Brett files his papers and wants to come back. If they allow Brett to come back: - Two months of meetings, OTAs, and mini-camps of a team that was gelling under Rodgers on the offensive side of the ball essentially get flushed down the toilet and you quickly have to retool in training camp back to a scheme that suits Brett's strengths. There's a reason McCarthy uses that time to make changes to the playbook, and then you hit the ground running in training camp to perfect it. - Rodgers gets pushed back to the number 2 position again after being "the guy" for nearly 4 months, and Brohm gets relegated to number 3 because they won't cut a second rounder after one training camp. Flynn is essentially practice squad bound at this point. Favre will also force the Packers to carry 3 QBs into the regular season where it might have been more ideal to just carry Rodgers and Brohm and using Flynn's spot somewhere else where depth is needed like on our potentially banged up defensive line. It also becomes less likely Rodgers may resign with the Packers after 2009. There's no guarantee of this obviously, but I don't see a scenario where it becomes MORE likely since McCarthy and Thompson will essentially have to renig on their statements telling Rodgers he was the starter now and 3+ years of development and learning the offensive system would essentially be gone if he did leave. There's also 16 games of crucial development time Rodgers will not get in 2008 further purshing the "speculation" back as to wether he can lead an NFL team. - Brett will need time to gel with new players, mainly Jordy Nelson and his new offensive linemen. He'll get that time in training camp, but that's time that could've been well spent in mini-camps had he not "retired" on March 6. - Does this whole scenario of "Should Brett stay or go?" rear it's ugly head again after the '08 season? If they either cut or trade Favre: - TT and MM look like the biggest douchebags in the world for getting rid of the greatest QB this franchise has ever known. And if Favre were cut and he would sign with a division rival, look out... - If Rodgers struggles or gets injured, everyone will just scream all that much louder "why did you let Brett go!?" One thing is for certain. I do not want to be Ted Thompson this week if Favre forces the Packers hand by filing his unretirement papers. This could get ugly in a hurry if not handled properly, and the decision the front office will have to make will have repurcussions with this franchise for years to come. I'm not going to lie, but I'm ready for the Aaron Rodgers era to begin. Brett has stated he wanted to retire in March, and the Packers have gone forward without him. I think Cheesy put it best in that you can change your mind, but not everyone may agree with you. Anything short of a Super Bowl championship under Favre this season would be a complete and utter waste of time in my opinion. Those are critical snaps Rodgers will need to show if he's the one to lead this team, and having to ride the pine for ANOTHER season will do very little in keeping his desire to stay with this franchise after 2009. If Brett comes back, and a rash of injuries occurs again and this team fails to make the playoffs, Rodgers has benefited little from another year of holding a clipboard and the speculation will continue if he's really the guy. I'm also completely against an open QB competition. You either give Favre as many snaps as possible to get back in-tune with this offense or you give Rodgers the critical training camp snaps he'll need to be ready Week 1. Splitting them does little benefit for either Rodgers development or Favre's ability to get back intune with the offense. This is one instance where "open competition" will benefit neither side. This wouldn't be anything remotely close to Orton vs. Grossman in Chicago. Either way, I will cheer for the Packers this year, but if Brett comes back and this team falls short of the Super Bowl again, Favre coming back was a complete waste of time in my book.";}, 1458829234, 1464528638
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