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  • I don't think that Brett Farve is really measuring this to the degree that it deserves.

  • Aaron Rodgers ain't just frustrated in the moment.

  • It's a long, ongoing thing with a level of respect that he has warranted and deserved, has not been granted to him.

  • And I wouldn't be surprised at all if he sat up there and said, Look, I don't wanna be here any longer.

  • There is literally not a person who ever lived who is in a better position to say to comment on Aaron Rodgers than Brett Farve.

  • Stephen Day.

  • Brett Farve was once upon a time in the exact same position of Aaron Rodgers.

  • He's the longtime great quarterback, Super Bowl winning quarterback of the Green Bay Packers.

  • They drafted his successor in Brett Farms case in the first round at a time where he still had plenty left in the tank.

  • Did far that great receivers?

  • Yeah, let's not understate just because the position they were drafted, who Rogers has had Jordy Nelson and Greg Jennings and Davante Adams.

  • These guys come ball as could far as could Rogers.

  • If you don't think that we should, there's any value in in what Brett Farve is saying to me, The only way that could be is if you think Farve is coming in with a really agenda, like he's there to kind of down Aaron Rodgers or throw some shade or subtle shade at Rogers.

  • That doesn't seem to me to be what he's doing.

  • He's a dude who was in that exact position once upon a time.

  • For by the way, when you talk about America's team and you could say the Cowboys because of Tex Schramm and the PR job they've done or the New England Patriots because of all the success for all those years, I would say the Green Bay Packers are a great choice play in the middle of the country that the team of Vince Lombardi you had, just a handful of like, great quarterbacks.

  • They pass the torch one to another.

  • They're owned by the town, basically like the and and so far has insight into that unique situation in a way no one else would in tow.

  • Aaron Rodgers situation.

  • I really value what Farve has to say here, and the other thing about Brett Farve is as a commentator for lack of a better word He's got a little Charles Barkley in him.

  • He's got a ton of credibility and he says what he thinks, Even if it sounds kind of off the wall.

  • Sometimes he doesn't care because he knows what he's talking about.

  • He was there for two decades.

  • I think that Fars commentary on Rogers is extremely valuable.

  • And if you look at what Rogers just did 13 games in a playoff win with the Packers first year of a new head coach, learning the system didn't look his greatest normally looks wins.

  • The MVP looks as good or better than ever.

  • Wins two playoff games, almost gets to the Super Bowl now that he knows the new, the new court, the new coach's system.

  • I think when far says he's good where he is, he should stay.

  • Knows what he's talking about.

  • Yeah, so what?

  • Nobody care about what Brett Farve talking about.

  • He has no idea what Aaron Rodgers is thinking and want to do, and Rogers just lost to the quarterback that left New England, went to Tampa Bay and beat him in the NFC championship.

  • So there is a football element.

  • He's one and four in the NFC championships one and 41 Super Bowl over that career.

  • So, look, Aaron Rodgers could look at this and say, Look, I know Green Bay could be a good football team.

  • I know that we've been where we've been, but we hadn't got to where I needed to get to in order to be in this conversation, to be the greatest of all time Number one.

  • That's something you've said.

  • Max Kellerman.

  • The second thing is Brett Farve hip, Might I add, went and played for the Minnesota Vikings, and I understand how that dynamic played out at the end of his career.

  • But nobody would have ever thought that that would happen.

  • Nobody ever thought Tom Brady would leave.

  • No, nobody ever thought Joe Montana would leave.

  • And I'm not talking about them being free agents or the end of their contract.

  • They wanted something different.

  • Could it be a simple as Aaron Rodgers has been there 16 years, giving you all he's had, and now he wants something new.

  • He wants to go try toe, win a Super Bowl somewhere else.

  • Could it be just that?

  • Could it be off to the points that Stephen they made that they haven't really surrounded him with the type of talent.

  • Look what Tampa did for Tom Brady this year.

  • That's why they play in the Super Bowl in Tampa.

  • Aaron Rodgers is looking at that.

  • So look.

  • Seattle drafted D K Metcalf for Russell Wilson.

  • All of this stuff that Aaron Rodgers has been watching from a football standpoint could weigh into this decision.

  • But for me listening Thio reflection eri to me, him being reflection Air.

  • You're arguing Presser A.

  • Can I finish?

  • Can I finish your arguing?

  • Your go ahead?

  • Sorry.

  • Sorry.

  • You saying you given validity toe What?

  • Brett False said you didn't make any wrong points about him knowing the knowing Green Bay being in that.

  • He's not in the same situation, though.

  • Max, this is not the same NFL Brett fourth played in.

  • He has to realize that just like all of us have to realize that it's pointless to talk about Aaron Rodgers and the lure of the Green Bay Packers.

  • We all Aaron Rodgers?

  • No, that's a hell of a franchise.

  • He already know all of that stuff.

  • You just said him wanting to leave, I would believe, has nothing to do with that it has everything to do with starting fresh and trying to go win a Super Bowl somewhere else.

  • You are talking about whether or not Brett Farve his right and you're entitled to your opinion.

  • The question is, should we care about what Brett Farve says?

  • Stephen A.

  • Is saying No, I'm saying yes, we should care what he says.

  • He has insight.

  • And even if you're like look at him, he's a hypocrite or whatever he left.

  • Maybe he learned from that and thought maybe I shouldn't have left.

  • Number one Number two.

  • He didn't exactly leave on his own terms.

  • They had Aaron Rodgers.

  • He'd been holding the clipboard for years.

  • He was ready.

  • He kind of got ushered out, as opposed to Rogers, where they drafted his replacement but his replacements not ready to take over yet.

  • So either far feels like I've learned from my mistakes, or I wish I could have done things differently, or he's just opining about this at any rate, the long time Super Bowl champion quarterback who was once in Rogers position.

  • I care what he has to say about it.

  • Well, listen, you care about, really?

  • Hold, hold, hold hold, hold, hold the space.

  • First of all you care and you're you're you're articulating the very reason why no one should care about what the hell you have to say because you're ignoring the very big point that I tried to make about breath fall.

  • I'm not calling him a hypocrite or going in that direction.

  • I'm saying, Excuse me.

  • This is an organization that treated him with a level of deference and respect.

  • They have never given toe Aaron Rodgers.

  • And if you've been there as a starter for 13 years, you won a Super Bowl title.

  • You're universally recognized as one of the top two talents in the history of the sport.

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I don't think that Brett Farve is really measuring this to the degree that it deserves.

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