Destination no. 3. Green Bay Packers
Finally, the easiest answer is usually the right one.
In this case, that would be for Aaron to simply remain in Green Bay with a Super Bowl-ready roster and coach who has done nothing but bring the best out of the future Hall-of-Fame quarterback since coming to town.
His offensive line is young but improving. Even in 2021 when Aaron had one of the weakest O-lines in his Green Bay tenure, he was still only sacked 33 times.
His run game is still legit with Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon- Jones I assume will be healthier in 2022 than he was this past season.
He’s got a solid receiving core led by a top-two receiver in Davante Adams who’s in his prime and is also a strong franchise tag candidate. Randall Cobb should return to Green Bay if Rodgers stays, and then it comes down to re-signing Robert Tonyan and Marquez Valdes-Scantling who are free agents.
The current recipe on offense for Matt LaFleur’s bunch is a recipe for a championship. It’s all about execution at this point.
Aaron would also be returning to a division headed by two rookie head coaches and a second-year coach for a bad Detroit Lions team.
When it comes down to it, you cannot beat the advantages you have in Green Bay if you are Aaron Rodgers.
Great roster around you.
Cakewalk division to compete against.
And above all, for everything we hear about the Packers not having Aaron’s back, they certainly seemed to have his back throughout this entire year when he was under the gun for his COVID stance.
I believe the relationship between the Packers and Aaron Rodgers has improved from where it was on Draft Day 2021, and that the Packers are the best option for Aaron right now to get himself a second championship.
If you have something good, don’t try to rock the boat. A year ago, Green Bay may not have been a “good thing” in the eyes of Aaron Rodgers, but at this exact moment, the Packers are the best thing he’s got going for him.