No. 1 Best landing spot for Aaron Rodgers: Denver Broncos
Reuniting Aaron Rodgers and Nathaniel Hackett should be at the top of the Broncos to-do list.
Hackett, of course, was the offensive coordinator for Rodgers this past season. Needless to say, they are a perfect match. There are some “setbacks” to bringing Aaron Rodgers to the AFC West.
The division is loaded with good and great quarterback play. Patrick Mahomes leads the way, followed by Derek Carr and Justin Herbert. That’s where Rodgers comes in. The Denver Broncos need a guy to compete in a division with arguably the best crop of quarterbacks in the NFL.
For the Broncos, it doesn’t matter what they have to give up for Rodgers. They could trade the No. 9 and both third-round picks while adding two more first in 2023 and 2024.
Aaron Rodgers will come into a situation where he’s surrounded by talent. On the defensive side of the ball, the Broncos are better than the Packers. Teams averaged under 19 points per game thanks to a great pass rush and secondary.
Offensively, he’ll have Jerry Jeudy, Courtland Sutton, and Noah Fant to throw too. At running back, Rodgers will have two talented backs in Melvin Gordon and Javonte Williams. The dynamic duo isn’t that far removed from what he had with the Packers.