Many are chalking up Green Bay’s strange Week One misfortune to the Saints as stuff occurs. The inquiry is whether that stuff will continue to occur.
Most figure it will not. In the event that it does, Hall of Famer Michael Irvin has a clarification for it.
“This game is too hard,” Irvin told TMZ.com on Friday. “That’s why you hear people say, if you’re talking about or thinking about retiring, you’re already retired. . . . So Aaron was was thinking about not playing. And it showed up, man.”
The Packers have an ideal get-right rival on Monday night, when the Lions come to town. The Packers should win, and they should win without any problem.
On the off chance that they lose, that is when things could get fascinating. What’s more, that is the point at which Rodgers’ consultations on retirement, which he asserts went on until the end of the prior week camp opened, could be faulted for whatever it is that keeps his group from beating the Lions.