LeBron James Has A Message For The Packers About Aaron Rodgers
LeBron James is offering the NFL during a special "The Shop" alternate stream broadcast of Thursday Night Football.
Early in the third quarter, LeBron had some sharp words for the Green Bay Packers,
relating to the resources he has used in recent years to help Aaron Rodgers.
It seems LeBron thinks Green Bay should have invested in more offensive talent in the first round of the draft.
"If you have an outstanding franchise player like Aaron Rodgers
why wouldn't you surround him when you get picks to maximize what he can do?" James asked.
In the last decade, the only offensive player the Packers have selected in the first round is quarterback Jordan Love in 2020,
and we know how Rodgers felt about that selection.
Green Bay has found some key contributors in the second round, with Davante Adams, A.J. Dillon, Elgton Jenkins, Eddie Lacy and this year's Rookie Wide Receiver Christian Watson.
Yet, LeBron isn't the only person to voice this complaint about the Packers in recent years.
Currently, Green Bay is trailing the Tennessee Titans 27–17 in the middle of the fourth quarter.
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