The Aaron Rodgers-led Green Bay Packers entered their Week 6 clash against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as firm favorites. The Wisconsin-based franchise had remained unbeaten in their previous 4 encounters; however, the 6-time Super Bowl winner, Tom Brady, had different plans.
The Buccaneers quarterback steered his team to a massive 38-10 win over the Packers. This was Matt LaFleur’s first loss of the season. Here’s what a certain American sportscaster had to say about the game and more importantly, Aaron Rodgers.
Skip Bayless lashes out at Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers
"The undisputed GOAT Tom Brady was so much better than the man you call the greatest thrower of the football ever! If you asked Brady today: 'Hey Tom what down is it?' he'd say, 'I think Green Bay's down 38-10, how bout that?'"@RealSkipBayless 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/LxdS99vIOg
— UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) October 19, 2020
On the latest segment of Skip and Shannon: Undisputed, host Skip Bayless went on a lengthy ‘Tom Brady GOAT’ rant. However, towards the end, the outspoken Bayless commented on the gravity of the loss from Aaron Rodgers’ point of view.
He said, “The undisputed GOAT Tom Brady was so much better than the man you call the greatest thrower of the football ever! If you asked Brady today: ‘Hey Tom what down is it?’ he’d say, ‘I think Green Bay’s down 38-10, how bout that?'”
“Aaron Rodgers had the worst game of his career yesterday in Tampa Bay. Given the stakes, given the magnitude, given the match-up with the man he calls a ‘friend’ but obviously two Hall of Fame-bound quarterbacks…two fierce competitors, I think tit was the worst game of his career.
“He said he needed an extra finger of scotch last night, if not tequila. I think he needed 8-10 fingers last night because that was a beatdown. That was a disaster,” Bayless said on the show.
Despite Skip’s enthusiasm, we won’t consider this loss as the beginning of the end for the Packers, as it is just a small blip on the radar. A-Rod will definitely come out guns blazing against the Houston Texans on Sunday.
We can’t wait for the old warhorse, Aaron Rodgers, to face-off against the dynamic Deshaun Watson.