Saturday, January 31, 2015

I sure wish he were playing tomorrow for a different trophy

He deserves this -- he really does -- but Aaron and I both wish this wasn't his last honor of the year:
It wasn't the hardware he was after when the season began, but the award Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers received Saturday night at the NFL Honors event solidified his place among the league's all-time best.
Just 13 days after the Packers bowed out of the playoffs with a 28-22 overtime loss to the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship Game, Rodgers received his second NFL most valuable player award.
He's the MVP, hands down. Look how bad we sucked last year while he was out hurt. Congratulations, Aaron. Now come back next year to get us that damn Lombardi Trophy:

If you can't do it for me and the rest of the owners, do it for Olivia:

How is that not inspiration enough?

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