Aaron Rodgers Met New Punt Retuner David Moore On Sidelines For The First Time
Green Bay Packers throttled the Minnesota Vikings in a truly impressive victory for the Green Bay Packers. One of the bright spots of this game was David Moore. The former Seattle Seahawk got activated before the game and replaced Amari Rodgers as the punt returner for this game. Moore did a great job back there and returned a kick for the most positive yards that Green Bay has had all season. The newest Packer drew praise from Matt LaFleur after the game, and Aaron Rodgers was also asked about him. The Packers quarterback admitted that Moore and he met on the sidelines tonight which has big NBA 10-day contract energy.
The 2021 #Packers season in a nutshell…
Aaron Rodgers on new returner David Moore: "I met David on the sidelines. He had a nice return for us."
— Wes Hodkiewicz (@WesHod) January 3, 2022
How often do you think this stuff happens? I feel like if it’s a defender, the answer is all the time. If you’re a new player on the other side of the ball, there is a good chance that the offense or defense might not know you for multiple weeks. If you’re on the same side of the ball, I feel like it all depends on how much practice you’re getting that week. For Rodgers, he barely practices, so, I think it’s hard for him to know everyone. Can’t expect him to keep a Rolodex even if he remembers the most obscure Packers like a Ryan Taylor.
If you’re the other Rodgers, Amari, right now, what’s your thought process? He got absolutely cucked tonight. Like a dude walking in on his girlfriend getting railed by someone else (Or the other way around, gender equality on this blog, folks). Moore has that job until he doesn’t. He did more in one night than Rodgers did in 16 starts.