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  • The Japanese TV guy doesn’t get the pilot and George responds, “You’ve been living in America too long. You’ve forgotten what it’s like to have no oranges.” The Packers have forgotten what’s it like to have no QB. They’re about to remember. And it’s their fault. (10/10)
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  • There’s another great Seinfeld moment that comes to mind. When Jerry and George are pitching their failed sitcom pilot to Japanese television, Kramer convinced them to bring oranges, claiming oranges are a “delicacy” in Japan. https://t.co/DGR9hLOlPS (9/10)
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  • You’ll hear “no player is bigger than the team” stuff in the weeks to come. Got news for ya: that’s bullshit. Many players are bigger than their teams. To paraphrase Jerry Seinfeld, a team is just laundry. The GM’s job is to put the best possible players in that laundry. (8/10)
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  • If an owner knew firing Gutekunst today would guarantee Rodgers-to-Adams for the next 3 seasons, wouldn’t they owe it to their fans (and the rest of the roster) to do just that? But the Packers don’t have an owner. (7/10)
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  • And now they can’t get a contract done with Adams, who has been showing social media solidarity with Rodgers on Instagram. You can sing Brian Gutekunst’s praises for roster building all you want but isn’t relating to players at least PART of the gig? (6/10)
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  • Instead, they took potshots at him in the media. Rodgers is complicated. He’s thin skinned. He holds a grudge. (Just ask his family.) If I know this, surely the Packers do too. Their behavior makes no sense if their intention was to keep their star happy. (5/10)
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  • The Packers should have sat down with Rodgers and said, “Give us your list of demands.” Then they should have met them. This is a QB league and he’s great. Rodgers may not have had financial leverage but he had ALL the football leverage. (4/10)
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  • There’s no organizational pride at stake here. You took a shot on Jordan Love. Who cares if he ever plays a down for you? You have one of the greatest QBs ever coming off one of his best seasons. A good owner would tell his football people to swallow their pride. (3/10)
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  • Winning a Super Bowl is incredibly hard. And the Packers’ best chance to do that over the next 3 years is with Rodgers and Adams. (They’d be among the handful of favorites each year.) Nothing else matters. Nothing. (2/10)
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  • Early morning thread on all this Rodgers, Adams, Packers stuff. It seems, at least to me, that this is a situation where having an owner would be of great value. Someone who can insert themselves into this conversation and effectively end it. (1/10)
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