If the Green Bay Packers are going to shed history and make the playoffs for the first time in three seasons, and the first time in franchise history under a first-year head coach, the pairing of Aaron Rodgers and Matt LaFleur needs to work.
Cory Jennerjohn of Cheesehead TV points out that in order for the Packers to find success this season, egos will need to be set aside for it all to work:
The marriage between LaFleur and Rodgers isn’t just the most important storyline for the Packers, it’s one of the most important storylines in football.
The reason is simple: If LaFleur can solve Rodgers’ mechanics and get him to buy in to his outside running scheme, the Packers will flourish.
But there is a caveat. Rodgers has a large ego. He is easily one of the best passers in the game and he knows it. Every pro athlete at a moment in time thinks they can make every play, but the best ones realize that they need help to get to the pinnacle.
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