Well, that didn’t take long as well.
Green Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been known to have issues with head coaches as it was much publicized about his feelings towards fired coach Mike McCarthy before and after his departure.
In January, the franchise decided to hire Matt LaFleur as the new head coach, and it’s taken less than six months for Aaron Rodgers to start complaining about him.
Aaron Rodgers registered his first passive-aggressive gripe over the weekend when he revealed he isn’t isn’t thrilled with the amount of control he’s given at the line of scrimmage in the new offense.
“I don’t think you want me to turn off 11 years,” Rodgers told NFL.com. “There’s stuff that not many people in the league can do at the line. That’s not a humble brag. That’s just a fact.”That’s not like a humblebrag or anything; that’s just a fact.
“There aren’t many people that can do at the line of scrimmage what I’ve done over the years. I mean, obviously, Tommy (Brady) can do it, no doubt. Peyton (Manning) could do it. Drew (Brees) can do it. (Patrick) Mahomes will be able to do it. Ben (Roethlisberger) has called the two-minute for years. There are a few of us who’ve just done it; it’s kind of second nature. And that’s just the icing on the cake for what I can do in this offense.”
Rodgers and Mike McCarthy were often at odds over control in the offense.
This is not a good sign for the Packers.