Except for the fact that it would mean that the Packers didn't win it that year, it wouldn't bother me at all, I would be happy for him. Let's face it, there are probably a number of teams that Rodgers could and might win a Super Bowl with. Not to turn this into another "what's wrong with Rodgers" thread, but those thinking that the Packers offense was set up for him to be successful are fooling themselves. If this wasn't obvious when he went down in 2017 and Hundley crapped the bed with the same offense Rodgers had been running pretty well, then it should have become more obvious after watching the sh*t show of talent that Gute fielded in the way of his receiving corp this year and yet they still went 14-4.
Anyway, Rodgers winning a SB, I hope his next one is with the Packers, but if it is with another team, awesome.