Reason No. 1 the Buffalo Bills don’t have to worry about Aaron Rodgers in the AFC East
The biggest reason to not believe that Aaron Rodgers will be in a division with the Buffalo Bills is simple: Aaron Rodgers’ wording was too intentional and strategic in his interview with Pat McAfee.
During the interview, Rodgers made it very clear that it was “his intentions” to play for the New York Jets. Make note of that.
There were even a few times that Pat McAfee or A.J. Hawk would bring up a question asking if he’s excited to play with X player, and he’d always backpedal and make it known that the deal isn’t done yet, and it’s simply his intentions to play with the Jets.
With that same logic, it’s my intentions of being a billionaire without working a minute in my life. That’d be pretty nice. I’d intend to do that.
However, does that mean I’m going to? Very, very unlikely, especially in the example above.
Aaron Rodgers being in the same division as the Buffalo Bills is surely more believable than me being a billionaire, but at the same time, the verbiage Rodgers used made it seem like that was just something he wanted.
Do the Packers want to trade Aaron Rodgers for what the Jets are allegedly offering?
That’s the next big question.