On October 17th, Mike McCarthy defiantly stood up in front of reporters and said that he was confident in Brett Hundley and Joe Callahan because he had years invested in their development. “The quarterback room is exactly where it needs to be,” he said angrily. Today, Ian Rapoport reported that the Packers “tried to steal” Brian Hoyer, who ultimately signed with the Patriots. Does that mean after just one game that McCarthy was less confident in Hundley and Callahan? If the team is trying to maximize the winning of football games, why would they not at least be interested in bringing Colin Kaepernick in for a workout? Kaepernick is, in my belief, a better QB than Hoyer. (That being said, I knew the second Rodgers went down that it was not in the Packers’ nature to bring Kaepernick in.)