No 1. Aaron Rodgers to the Tennessee Titans
The best landing spot for superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the Tennessee Titans and it all comes down to them being in the easiest division in the NFL.
It’s easy to assume that winning Super Bowls is probably pretty high on the priority list for the 2021 NFL MVP. What better place to do that than with a team that is already stocked with talent and in an easy division?
The Titans, who compete in the AFC South, have faced minimal resistance in their quest to winning division titles during the last two seasons.
The Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans are in rebuilds and are no threats to win the AFC South any time soon. The Indianapolis Colts can’t seem to get across the finish line, tripping over their own feet late in the season.
Of the teams on Aaron Rodger’s wish list, the Titans are in the weakest division, making the path to competing for a Super Bowl the easiest, which should make them his ideal choice. We haven’t even touched on the personnel, either.
Derrick Henry, arguably the best running back in the league, would be lined up beside Rodgers, creating one of the most prolific one-two-punches in all of football.
The ability for Rodgers to sling the ball down-field will open up some massive running lanes for Henry and vice versa. Teams will have to honor the run game, which will leave the window open for Rodgers to thread some needles.
Wide receiver A.J. Brown would see his numbers elevate at a rapid pace with an all-time great like Rodgers finding him down the field.
Head Coach Mike Vrabel, the 2021 NFL Coach of the Year and former linebacker, will be able to relate to Rodgers on a unique level— the two have played against each other on the field.
A great communicator in Vrabel, a thriving city in Nashville, great weapons on offense, with a team that’s made playoff runs in four out of the past five seasons make the Titans the ideal landing spot for 4-time NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers next season.