Lawrence Tynes should’ve left this thought in his head.
In the wake of the Green Bay Packers failing to reach the Super Bowl again, the hot takes at the expense of Aaron Rodgers have been coming fast and furious.
Former New York Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes had the hottest of hot takes when he took to Twitter and stated that former teammate Eli Manning would be a better choice than Aaron Rodgers when it comes to Pro Football Hall of Fame potential.
“Eli Manning is a more qualified Hall of Famer than Aaron Rodgers. Bring all the smoke you want. I’m taking 10 over 12 anytime a game is on the line or the playoffs.”
Tynes, who spend six years with the Giants and has two Super Bowl rings, hit post and proceeded to head towards the Ratio Hall of Fame as Twiter ripped him a new one.
Social media has been firing off with Rodgers-related takes ever since the Packers were eliminated from the playoffs by the 49ers on Saturday. Rodgers completed 19 of 25 passes for 221 yards and dropped to 0-4 in career playoff matchups against the 49ers.
As for Eli, the two-time Super Bowl MVP compiled a 117-117 regular-season record, 84.1 quarterback rating, and 0-4 playoff record outside of the two Super Bowl runs.
Rodgers, Super Bowl’s XLV MVP, is a three-time NFL Most Valuable Player recipient as well as a 10-time Pro Bowl selection and four-time All-Pro selection.