No. 3 Best landing spot for Aaron Rodgers: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The GOAT has bid the NFL farewell, leaving a void in the league and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs drafted Kyle Trask, who by all accounts, could be the successor, but there’s no need to rush him into the fold.
Instead, the Bucs should make a play for Aaron Rodgers to pick up where they left off. Brady retiring saves them a ton of cap space.
They don’t have a lot to give up, but they can mortgage their next three first-round picks to start. They have a talented enough roster to add pieces late in the draft to help them win. Rodgers will have Mike Evans as his number one target and likely attract another free agent vet like JuJu Smith-Schuster.
Someone like Albert Wilson makes sense as a cheap veteran slot wideout that will mesh well with Rodgers.
The NFC South is a cakewalk for Rodgers. There’s isn’t a playoff team in the division. Sean Payton left the Saints. The Carolina Panthers have done nothing noteworthy, and the Atlanta Falcons haven’t been relevant in a while.
With Bruce Arians’ air-it-out style and a franchisee who knows how to cater to vets, Rodgers would be in a great position with the Bucs.