Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy can’t assist however do the fallacious factor in relation to Aaron Rodgers, even when he’s proper.
It’s arduous to not really feel somewhat dangerous for Mark Murphy.
No matter what the Green Bay Packers president does in relation to Aaron Rodgers, everybody thinks he’s doing the fallacious factor.
In his final Q&A column for Packers followers, Murphy called Rodgers a ‘complicated fella’ when giving an update on the place issues stand within the Cold War with the franchise’s MVP quarterback.
To the shock of nobody apart from Murphy, that remark despatched everybody right into a frenzy and solely served to make the drama appear even worse than it was earlier than.
It seems Murphy realized his lesson.
In his latest Packers update, Murphy didn’t make a single point out of Rodgers or the continued standoff the 2 sides have been engaged in since April.
This, in fact, is being interpreted because the fallacious factor to have accomplished. PFT took him to task for seemingly studying from his mistake, and a few Packers followers are roasting him for his lack of knowledge. There’s no profitable when you’re Mark Murphy, apparently.
Not all Packers followers are mad at Murphy. The pendulum is swinging away from Rodgers an increasing number of, as followers loyal to the franchise are rising sick and uninterested in Rodgers seemingly attacking them whereas attacking the franchise.
Murphy pretending the Rodgers drama doesn’t exist isn’t an indication of weak spot, or the fallacious transfer to make. It’s the Green Bay Packers, and the franchise is greater than its quarterback. Whether or not the franchise as an entire is best than its quarterback is a unique debate, however Murphy is working a company and never managing a single individual — irrespective of how necessary they’re to the success of the entire.
Here’s the opposite factor: What goal can be served by Murphy mentioning Rodgers in his update? If there’s something to update we’re going to listen to it someplace apart from a e-newsletter from the workforce president. Murphy precisely calling Rodgers ‘complicated’ kicked up an unlimited quantity of mud, and him avoiding doing that once more was the absolute best factor he may have accomplished.