It’s the dead part of the NFL season, so sometimes you get stories so pointless that you just have to laugh. And in our case, make fun of.
Local guys like Demovsky and former Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen have learned. They’ve learned to do nothing during this period. Take a frickin’ vacation. Get up to Minocqua. Guys like Pro Football Talk’s Michael David Smith do not know this and Floors has to keep churning out content, regardless of how pointless, anyway.
Smith delivered us this revelation today: Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is good at football.
But why is Aaron Rodgers good at football? Well, specifically: Aaron Rodgers’ avoidance of interceptions is incredible.
The piece goes on to list some stats like these.
- 78 career interceptions
- throws an interception on 1.6 percent of his passes
- career-high interceptions is 13
Then there’s this gem right here: If Rodgers plays until he’s 50 and throws 14 interceptions every single year, he’ll still have fewer career interceptions than Brett Favre.
Well, no shit, Sherlock. Brett Favre threw interceptions at a prolific clip. He’s the all-time record holder in that category for Christ sake.
We all know Rodgers doesn’t throw interceptions. That he is both very accurate and risk-adverse, which is why he’s always running out of the pocket and sometimes holding onto the ball longer than he should.
But thanks for this new information.