It appears as though Aaron Rodgers will have at least one more go-round as a member of the Green Bay Packers.

With reports indicating that Rodgers will indeed suit up for the Packers in 2021 despite clashing with the team’s upper management throughout the offseason, the upcoming campaign will more than likely be the legendary signal-caller’s last in Green Bay.

Spending his entire NFL playing career as a member of the Packers as it stands today, a competitor like Rodgers will no doubt want to go out on top if he ultimately does elect to leave Green Bay after the new season.

With Rodgers keeping the Packers in the thick of NFC playoff picture on an annual basis while managing to put up gaudy individual numbers year in and year out, his current situation alongside the Green Bay brass certainly won’t have an impact on his play. Besides, the heralded quarterback only knows one way to play.

Rodgers will surely come out guns blazing to end his tenure with the team, which could very well lead to a memorable season for the Cheeseheads.

 

3. Aaron Rodgers will throw for more than 4,500 yards for the Packers

Once quarterback Aaron Rodgers puts the pads back on and buckles his chinstrap, all bets will be off and the Packers signal-caller will be all business once again. Even with his ongoing rift with the team’s front office, Rodgers wouldn’t be coming back at all if he didn’t want to win.

Not only will Rodgers want to bring the Packers another divisional crown and then some, but he will surely want to stick to all of his critics en route to tallying some impressive numbers on an individual basis. While he will likely throw for more than 4,500 yards in 2021, there is a zero percent chance that Rodgers doesn’t surpass such a mark assuming that he remains healthy through the regular season.