“He’s the G.O.A.T,” Packers WR Allen Lazard DECLARES Aaron Rodgers is ‘the Greatest QB of all time’ over Tom Brady
Aaron Rodgers and Allen Lazard have been teammates for the past five years.
Allen Lazard with Aaron Rodgers (Image via Fansided)
Aaron Rodgers has a reputation for being difficult to work with. Although most of the time his teammates speak about him, they’ve always had nice things to say about him. In that trend, the Green Bay Packers wideout Allen Lazard has come out and said that there’s no doubt that Rodgers is the best signal caller to play the sport of football over the likes of the Buccaneers legend Tom Brady and other QBs.
During a recent interview with TMZ, the Packers pass-catcher rates the 4-time All-Pro QB over anyone else. “The greatest of all time,” the 27-year-old said of his quarterback out at Super Bowl festivities last weekend. “Not might, no might. Drop the might. He’s the G.O.A.T.”
There are multiple candidates ahead of the Packers’ franchise QB who might be considered the best, especially the Buccaneers-Patriots legend Tom Brady, who has won 7 Super Bowl championships during his 23-year-long career. But something about Rodgers has impressed his teammate Lazard, who sings high praise about his Packers QB. “The best person to ever pick up a football and throw the ball,” he said. “I’ll leave it at that.”
Now, the 5th-year wide receiver might be a little biased towards Rodgers since he has been catching passes for the 10-time Pro Bowler all his career. However, his statement about his quarterback only proves how much Rodgers is loved by his teammates.
Aaron Jones joins Allen Lazard to show love to his QB Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers gets a lot of hate from fans due to his questionable opinions and weird activities like the 4 days darkness retreat, but he has been unfairly painted as a bad teammate by most people who have no idea about how he operates inside the locker room.
But his colleagues always seem to praise Rodgers whenever they get the chance. And now, following Lazard, the Packers’ RB Aaron Jones also joined in to show love and support to his QB Aaron Rodgers amidst the trade rumors.
The Pro Bowl running back won’t be able to digest seeing his long-time teammate in another team’s jersey. “He’s my quarterback!” Jones said of Rodgers. “I don’t want him to go nowhere.”
On the business side of things, Rodgers’s future with the Packers is uncertain as the quarterback is still contemplating his decision to play football next year. It might truly sting for the Packers fans to see Rodgers in another jersey. However, if the former Super Bowl MVP decided to retire, it’d even be more of a tragedy for the league to lose both Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers to retirement in the same year.