I knew I liked Aaron Rodgers for many reasons, but calling out his NFC Pro Bowl was a great move in my opinion. As fans we all know when it comes to the AFC-NFC Pro Bowl rarely do players run or play all-out for the fans. Even though fans pay top dollars for tickets all season long players look at this game as a game they do not have to play hard in. I give Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers credit for calling out his team. Most players would just let it go, but at least he addressed it. This was a long time coming and he should be applauded for it.
The AFC routed the NFC 59-41 in a game that drew boos at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu and for good reason. Fans as a whole are getting tired of players not go all out. The problem is there really is no easy solution to the problem. Players will not play all out in these kinds of games, as it always has been that way and it won't change anytime soon. I guess it's just something we will have to continue to deal with as fans, and it looks like players too. At least Aaron Rodgers stood up and said something, as he could have swept it under the rug, but he didn't.