Packers: 3 bold predictions for the Green Bay offense in Week 1 vs. Vikings

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Aaron Rodgers Puts On A Vintage Performance With A Chip On His Shoulder

Finally, there is no question that all eyes will be on Aaron Rodgers this season. After the Packers’ decision to draft a quarterback and the likelihood that he will end up leaving town to play elsewhere like Brett Favre did years ago, fans will be watching him closely.

Rodgers has a chip on his shoulder. He is not happy with the Packers for drafting a quarterback. That motivation will take his game back to the vintage level that fans came to know and love.

The Vikings are not going to be ready for the storm that Rodgers has brewing. He will come out and destroy the young secondary. Around 300 to 350 passing yards and three or four touchdowns would be reasonable to expect.

Green Bay may have woken the beast in Rodgers. They didn’t do it in the right way, but he is more motivated than ever to prove that he can still be an MVP candidate and power a team to the Super Bowl. That bodes well for the Packers this season.