Four Landing Spots For Aaron Rodgers Next Season

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Four Landing Spots For Aaron Rodgers Next Season


Four Landing Spots For Aaron Rodgers Next Season


After losing to Detroit Sunday night, Aaron Rodgers took a pause on the field and looked around as if he was taking it all in for one last time. There are many Super Bowl caliber teams that are missing a quarterback to put it all together in case Rodgers has played his last down as a Packers. Rodgers is still playing at an elite level and is chasing another super bowl title. San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York, and New Orleans should be calling Rodgers as soon as the off-season begins.

1. San Francisco 49ers

There’s nothing like going home and Rodgers would be going to a perfect situation in the Bay Area. Green Bay’s signal caller is heading into the last stages of his career, so winning is a top priority for him. The combination of Rodgers and Kyle Shanahan is a football fan’s dream and a defensive coordinator’s worst nightmare. San Francisco has the best roster in football, so there is no limitation to the creativity of the play calling and scheme. The 49ers can bring Rodgers in for a few years and allow Brock Prudy sit behind him to learn before taking over if John Lynch decides to move on from Trey Lance and Jimmy Garoppolo.

Offensive Skill Talent:

WR, Deebo Samuel

TE, George Kittle

RB, Christian McCaffrey

WR, Brandon Aiyuk


2. Las Vegas Raiders

The theme of Rodgers to Las Vegas is “reunited and it feels so good.” Simply put, the Packers signal caller missed Davante Adams this season. Las Vegas made it clear they are in the market for a quarterback after benching Derek Carr. Adding Rodgers would put the Raiders in the conversation to win the AFC in a conference loaded with quarterback talent. Josh McDaniels has experience coaching quarterbacks that will be in Canton, so Las Vegas would be perfect for Rodgers.

Offensive Skill Talent:

WR, Davantae Adams

TE, Darren Wallet

RB, Josh Jacobs

WR, Hunter Renfrow 

WR, Mack Hollins


3. New York Jets

The Jets are a tale of two stories on offense and defense. Offensively, New York has been horrendous at the quarterback position. Zach Wilson received support from his coaches and ample opportunities to succeed, but his success never came to fruition. Aaron Rodgers would have had the Jets with at least 10 wins and a playoff appearance this season. Calling Robert Salah’s defensive elite is an understatement. New York has a game wreaking defense, which is the main reason they won seven games this season. Adding Rodgers instantly makes the Jets a playoff team that can make noise in the postseason.

Offensive Skill Talent:

WR, Garrett Wilson

WR, Elijah Moore

RB, Breece Hall

WR, Corey Davis


4. New Orleans Saints

Jameis Winston and Andy Dalton are not the answer in New Orleans. Inserting Aaron Rodgers into the equation will immediately make the Saints favorites to win the NFC South next season. New Orleans has a top defensive and a plethora of skill players that are fits for Rodgers play style. As Sean Payton looks to return to the sideline, he will give his old team a look if they are able to acquire a future NFL Hall of Famer. Payton and Rodgers will rejuvenate a declining franchise, similar to what Tom Brady did for Tampa Bay. NFL fans should expect New Orleans to reach out to Rodgers this off-season.

Offensive Skill Talent:

WR, Michael Thomas

WR, Chris Olave 

RB, Alvin Kamara 

WR, Jarvis Landry


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