Can't have it both ways, psico.
If everything that goes right is because Rodgers, then everything that goes wrong is Rodgers' fault.
Vice versa for MM as well.
What about all those times when GB had a WR running wide open behind the defense, and AR overshot him? Is that somehow McCarthy's fault too? Or did MM call the perfect play for that situation, and AR blew it?
I'll be the first to admit that McCarthy has his warts, and is far from the ideal coach. And also that Rodggers' greatness covereth a multitude of poor play. But to sit here and try to claim that everything that goes right is 100% because of Rodgers and the coach had nothing to do with it, but everything that goes wrong is the coach's fault, is downright ludicrous.
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