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Green Bay Packers: There’s nothing wrong with Aaron Rodgers

Admittedly, we have gotten used to Green Bay Packers star Aaron Rodgers putting up electrifying numbers during his playing days in the league. The 12-year pro seemingly never misses and despite not starting a game until his fourth season, his 264 career scoring passes already ranks 16th in NFL history. For the last year or […] The post Green Bay Packers: There’s nothing wrong with Aaron Rodgers appeared first on EndZoneScore.
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