Aaron Rodgers has a record of 56-21-1 against the NFC North in his career.
To say he and his Packers own that division would be a gross understatement. Aaron Rodgers took a shot at the entire NFC North ahead of Week 1 and no one can really blame him for what he had to say.
Packers reporter Matt Schneidman reported that Rodgers called out Green Bay’s rivals on Wednesday.
“All the other teams in the NFC North, it seems like every single year, I think their fanbase and their teams feel like, ‘This is our year to win the North.’ “Hasn’t really been the case during my time, for the most part.”
As we’ve become accustomed to in the past, Aaron Rodgers is known for sharing unfiltered opinions. His polarizing attitude has made him one of the most beloved and hated players all at the same time.
The NFC North features the Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, and obviously the Packers. Green Bay is scheduled to take on the Vikings in Week 1.
The Packers have owned the NFC North over the past few years. In fact, they’ve won the division every year dating back to 2018 when they finished the season 6-9-1.