Listen: Packers, Aaron Rodgers, Chris Simms discussed on Kirk & Callahan
"You know, it's it's tough to to settle any of those debates because there's the what if game and the situation game who you played for and what area you play in. I'm just worried about winning right now, he's got five championships. So ends most discussions. I think. You know, that's how I look at it. Now. Chris Simms has a very different opinion on the subject. He thinks the championships are overrated and his default argument is well under that. Notion. Phil Simms is a better quarterback. Dan marino. But five championships is something to take note of and we were looking at postseason record yesterday. Tom Brady's twenty seven ten and Aaron Rodgers is ten and seven now ten and seven looks good until you see twenty seven and ten and tens of greatest ever if you take away two thousand ten when the Packers were the sixth seed, and they ultimately won the Super Bowl and won four games in the process. He's under five hundred since two thousand ten he's under five hundred or you may be right at five hundred because he was Owen one going into two thousand and ten so never mind still six and six since two thousand ten which is not greatest of all time territory. You wanna be winning more playoff games than you're losing to truly be a great quarterback? But. And this gets back to the thing that gets Packers fans up in arms, but they should be up in arms because of what I'm saying not because of they perceive me as trying to cause trouble with Mike McCarthy with Ted Thompson with the Packers approach to team building. With the Packers approach to offense of football with the Packers approach to complimenting Aaron Rodgers with a defense that isn't good enough that that has contributed to the Packers not being more dominant than they could've been. And if you flip Aaron Rodgers."