“Aaron Rodgers will galvanize the team,” NFL analyst Peter Schrager makes a resounding statement on the Green Bay Packers’ fortunes next season

Read what Peter Schrager had to say about the Green Bay Packers' chances in the upcoming season of the NFL.

Aaron Rodgers

The Green Bay Packers were considered to have one of the best offensive teams in the NFL until last season. This, however, may not be the case this year, especially after they lost one of their premier wide receivers in the form of Davante Adams.

The good thing for the Packers though, is that they still have the services of Aaron Rodgers who signed a new contract with the franchise after flirting with the idea of retiring. Leading NFL analyst Peter Schrager recently appear on the Pat McAfee show this week, and gave his thoughts on the Packers’ offense for the upcoming season, and the areas they need to rectify to have a good season.

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Peter Schrager backed Packers’ NFL draft picks Devonte Wyatt and Quay Walker to have a good rookie year under Aaron Rodgers’ guidance

Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers

Peter Schrager praised the Packers for their NFL draft pick, in the form of Georgia’s Devonte Wyatt and Quay Walker. He rated both of them very highly and predicted that they will have a great impact even though it would be their first year in the big league. He also claimed that the Packers will be boosted with the return of Jaire Alexander and David Bakhtiari.

Peter Schrager said, “Aaron Rodgers will galvanize the team, he’ll be like they’re picking against us let’s go. They’re getting Jaire Alexander back, they’re getting David Bakhtiari back. And those two rookies they got out of Georgia, the big boy in the middle, Wyatt and Quay Walker. Those guys are gonna play year 1, and they’re really good.”

“They’re two first-round picks, who’s Rodgers gonna throw to, that’s gonna be a question. They’re gonna have to find a guy on third and 7th that Aaron Rodgers feels comfortable enough throwing to. I’m not so sure, outside of Davante, last season there was that guy.”

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