Breaking: Former Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Involved In a big fight During Brutal Loss

This season, both the New York Jets and the Green Bay Packers have underperformed.

Many believed that the Green Bay club might still contend for the divisional title, despite the fact that many were unsure of what to expect from this Jordan Love-led offense. Even though the Packers’ chances of winning the division may be slim, they still have a chance to qualify for the playoffs despite their 6-8 record.

Since acquiring Aaron Rodgers in the off-season, the Jets clearly had Super Bowl hopes this year. Many supporters believed the rest of the roster had quality worthy of a Super Bowl, despite the fact that Rodgers suffered a torn Achilles tendon in Week One. Even though they lost to the Miami Dolphins 30-0, the team is currently 5-9 and is out of the running for the playoffs. One argument that happened on the sidelines during that defeat has subsequently gone viral.

Former Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Involved In Heated Sideline Discussion With Star Wide Receiver Garrett Wilson

Gridiron Heroics’ Paolo Songco brought attention to the following scenario that occurred on the sidelines on Sunday:

Rather than basking in the glory of their on-field exploits for the Jets, Rodgers and Wilson are forced to focus on strengthening their relationship off the field.

In what appeared to be a heated exchange between the two, Wilson was spotted criticizing Rodgers on the sidelines during Sunday’s humiliating 30-0 shutout defeat to the Miami Dolphins:

Wilson was extremely hot during the discussion; at one point, the 23-year-old even put his hand on Rodgers’ chest, though it’s unclear why. However, the four-time NFL MVP maintained his composure like a cucumber, giving the impression that Wilson was only venting his frustrations in one direction.

It’s likely that the wide receiver’s foul attitude was influenced by the Jets’ 27-0 deficit at that point in the game.

What The Jets’ Loss On Sunday Means For Aaron Rodgers

Regarding his return to the field this season, Aaron Rodgers has made a few points quite apparent. He’ll “put himself in harms ways” and not come back if he’s not medically capable of doing so, and he wouldn’t come back if the Jets weren’t playing for a postseason spot.

The Jets will probably start Trevor Siemian or Zach Wilson at quarterback for the balance of the season after being eliminated from playoff contention on Sunday.

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