"Rodgers could be elite 3-4 more years"

Former QB Boomer Esiason explains!

Evan Heffelfinger
January 23, 2020 - 1:55 pm

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Aaron Rodgers just completed his 12th season as starting QB of the Green Bay Packers, and while it may not have been his best, he still showed flashes of Rodgers-old in his age 36 season. With some added weapons, can Rodgers become an elite QB again?


Former NFL QB and current CBS Sports NFL Analyst Boomer Esiason believes he can be! He joined Bill on Thursday to talk about Rodgers and the future of this Packers team: 

- What did he see from the Packers this season?

- As a former QB, does he expect to see Rodgers emerge with more weapons next season?

- How difficult is it to stay a competitive starting QB at 37 like Rodgers?

Listen to the can't-miss interview below!