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Aaron Rodgers Names Bill Belichick as NFL’s Biggest Coach Ever


Aaron Rodgers has been within the NFL since 2005, so he has witnessed a number of football. And in his opinion, there’s one clear alternative for best coach in league history.

On his weekly segment on “The Pat McAfee Show,” the Packers quarterback explained why he thinks Bill Belichick is one of the best coach ever within the NFL.

“He’s a legend, a living legend, and he’s been ahead of the sport for a very long time,” Rodgers said. “He makes incredible in-game adjustments, halftime adjustments, third-quarter adjustments, fourth-quarter adjustments, whatever it takes.”

As a quarterback who has began against the Patriots twice, Rodgers has a singular perspective on how difficult it’s to play against their defense under Belichick.

“They’re at all times mixing up; there’s different fronts,” Rodgers said. “He’s added an in depth zero blitz scheme to the repertoire, but he’s a improbable coach, and also you never know exactly what you’re going to get, but you’ve gotten to be ready for it.”

The Packers and Patriots are preparing to play one another this week for the primary time in 4 years. Rodgers and Belichick have only faced one another twice of their careers since Rodgers became a starter, a Packers victory in 2014 and a Patriots victory in 2018. (Matt Flynn played in lieu of an injured Rodgers when the teams met in 2010.)

Rodgers has enjoyed some success against Belichick’s defense, throwing for 659 yards with 4 touchdowns and no interceptions in three games. (Along with two starts against the Patriots, Rodgers played in relief of Brett Favre in 2006 when Recent England blew out Green Bay, 35-0.)

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