In the video above, Chris Broussard & Rob Parker share their biggest takeaways from Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers losing to the San Francisco 49ers in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. Rodgers went into that game as the more talented thrower of the football but once again, like in years previous, Rodgers comes up short. Chris Broussard believes this is a hit to Rodgers' legacy that will be remembered. Broussard thinks Rodgers isn't that guy who can rise to the occasion in the playoffs and is just a regular-season superstar.
Chris Broussard: "There are certain guys that rise to the occasion and some of them can't even hold Aaron Rodgers' jock strap when it comes to being a great quarterback. Eli Manning will probably be a Hall of Famer for his clutch play and his playoff performances. He couldn't hold a candle to Rodgers as a quarterback...I just think Rodgers is not 'that guy.' He doesn't rise to the occasion. He's a regular-season superstar. He's got his ring. You can't take that away from him, but he doesn't rise to the occasion in the playoffs for the most part."