Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Kickin’ with Kickin’: Denver, stay away from Aaron Rodgers. We don’t need a great quarterback.

I wanted the Broncos to join the Aaron Rodgers lottery in 2022, but I don’t want the face of the franchise to be false and endanger those around it.

Drew, Armchair Quarterback

kizu: Unlike Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving, willing to sacrifice a big, fat paycheck to declare his doubts about a vaccine, Rodgers tries to sneak around league protocol, hoping no one will notice . Maybe you can do this in the hinterlands of the NFL. But in the bright light of this big city, we demand that our quarterback be held accountable for his mistakes. So if A-Rod is looking for a new team in 2022, my friendly advice: stay away from my dusty old cowtown.

I liked Rogers. Now I love Rogers. The media hates independent thinkers who do their own research.

GL, chair scientist

kizu: Rogers knew the rules. He tried to bow them down. When COVID-19 found him, Rodgers blamed all but himself for missing a big game against the Kansas City Chiefs. What is the proof of independent thinking? I call this complete proof of being a selfish teammate.

Rodgers is the epitome of what a negligible amount of Americans are now. Equal parts ego and ignorance.

peg, testimony

kizu: Yes, but A-Rod is a populist with an undeniable appeal to the millions of self-absorbed, arrogant knuckles in our country. Maybe Rodgers should give up his football gig and run for president.

He was Rodgers’ loser move, but he’s still a great quarterback. Would love him to be a bronco.

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Doug, avid athlete/cyclist

kizuRogers is about to celebrate his 38th birthday. Let some other NFL team deal with the obstinate nature of an old prima donna.

Good for Rogers for not getting waxed. This is poison.

KS, freedom-seeker

kizu: Feel free not to get vaccinated, but don’t come to me crying when a sports team, musician or restaurant owner makes a free decision to deny you admission. If Rodgers wants to take his chance at treating COVID-19 with ivermectin, a drug used to de-worm horses, excuse me for chuckling. I eagerly await the day when the A-Rod will be the answer to “Danger” in the “weird science” category for $600.

Does the fact that Rodgers is eating horseradish make him a “shoo-in” to officially become a Broncos quarterback in 2022?

TD, Lakewood

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