This week in football: Aaron Rodgers finally sees the end; VSU Boycotts the Orange Bowl?; Oregon hit with Title IX suit -LSB

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Aaron Rodgers finally realizes his season is over and it was a dud

It's all starting to sink in for Aaron Rodgers now.

It’s all starting to sink in for Aaron Rodgers now.
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Injured New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers have a lot going on over this first weekend in December. He turned 40 on Saturday, then stood on the sidelines Sunday and watched the Jets lose to the Atlanta Falcons while scoring eight points. That may be when it dawned on Mr. Rodgers it was highly unlikely to adjust again this year. Some Rodgers mistakenly called from the beginning thought he would play again this season. It seems that bubble finally burst during his birthday weekend. – Criss Partee Read more


Florida State should boycott the Orange Bowl

Florida State got a raw deal.

Florida State got a raw deal.
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If they are going to exclude you, then don’t show up.

After winning every game on their schedule, the Florida State Seminoles were left out in the cold. The undefeated champions of the Atlantic Coast Conference are from no. 4 to no. 5, making history as the first champions of a Power Five conference without a blemish on their resume not making the College Football Playoff. – Carron J. Phillips Read more


Oregon just got hit with a Title IX lawsuit and the allegations are rough

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On Friday, 32 members of the University of Oregon’s women’s beach volleyball and rowing teams filed a class-action lawsuit in federal court accusing the University of depriving female athletes of “equal treatment and benefits, equal athletic aid and equal opportunity to participate in university” intercollegiate athletics in violation of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972,” according to a Press release distributed by their lawyers. – Julie DiCaro Read more


The dog whistles surrounding Jalen Hurts are subtle, yet deafening

Jalen is hurting.

Jalen is hurting.
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It’s not just about what you say, it’s also about what you do do not say – and how you say it. There are some curious things being said about Jalen Hurts right now, and it would be easier if those people just . . . say it – Carron J. Phillips Read more


New York Jets get rid of one of Aaron Rodgers’ guys

Tim Boyle

Tim Boyle
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The New York Jets are reportedly releasing quarterback Tim Boyle and signing Seattle Seahawks practice squad quarterback Brett Rypien, According to Josina Anderson of CBS Sports. – Cale Clinton Read more


NFL quarterbacks are becoming an endangered species

Trevor Lawrence is helped off the field on Monday night.

Trevor Lawrence is helped off the field on Monday night.
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Finding a starting-caliber NFL quarterback is hard enough. There are certainly not 32 in the league right now. Finding one in the draft is like discovering that your grandmother’s furniture is a valuable antique. – Stephen Knox Read more


Green Bay has this winning franchise thing down to a science

Jordan Love hits his stride.

Jordan Love hits his stride.
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The Green Bay Packers is one of a handful of NFL franchises that have lost very little since the turn of the millennium. Even in the decade before Y2K, they saw continued success. The Packers seem to have a firm grip on NFL team building, including the most important part – quarterback. For all of Jordan Love’s ups and downs during the 2023 season, a Week 13 win against the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday Night Football pushed the Packers into the final NFC Playoff spot. – Stephen Knox Read more


Robert Saleh lets his thumbs do the talking, could lead him out of NY

Robert Saleh.

Robert Saleh.
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This latest New York Radio drama would just be weird if it happened to another team. But at this point, we’ve come to expect this craziness from the Jets. NYC host for WFAN Joe Benigno claims Jets head coach Robert Saleh has a “litany of head coaches and what their record is without their quarterback.” According to Benigno, Saleh was not too friendly then either on the subject of Zach Wilson’s post back into the beginner’s role. – Criss Partee Read more


Is the NFL scripted? The Chiefs-Packers game made it seem that way

Is the NFL scripted? The Chiefs-Packers game made it seem that way

Refs were winning Kansas City for a game, but then got in their own way


Trevor Lawrence loses the best target

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Jacksonville has another injury to worry about in addition to quarterback Trevor Lawrence, who suffered a high ankle sprain during the Jaguars’ 34-31 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals Monday night football. – Mackenzie Meaney Read more


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