For the Dak haters and individuals who want the Cowboys to change QBs... Even the great Aaron Rodgers is getting called out for: -poor mechanics -not seeing the field -bad reads -missing open targets -sailing passes over open targets -holding ball way too long -turnovers... fumbles at the worst times There is no perfect QB... Instead build a complete team with minimal weaknesses. See below for a sample of criticism Aaron Rodgers is facing. Missed another wide open target for TD. The Packers missed the FG. Missed 3 wide open targets. Instead checked down to target with no chance to make a play. Throws pass too high for a 6’7” TE Greg Jennings calling out Aaron Rodgers For missing open targets “A big factor for this issue could be a lack of trust from Rodgers. Whether it’s from not trusting his wide receivers because of limited practice time or it is because he doesn’t trust what he is seeing in McCarthy’s play calling scheme, it is an area that needs to improve.” For sailing passes and not setting his feet “Given Rodgers’ school yard style of play at times, he doesn’t always set his feet as he throws and will throw the ball from awkward arm angles. Both of these characteristics will diminish any quarterback’s accuracy, including Aaron Rodgers. Against the Lions this past Sunday, Rodgers had a clean pocket to throw from and had plenty of space to step forward into the throw. Despite this, he never set his feet and proceeded to overthrow his six-foot-seven tight end Jimmy Graham, for what should have been an easy touchdown pass.” Rodgers going off-script “What makes Aaron Rodgers so special is his ability to create when a play is broken down. This often leads to Rodgers making some sort of spectacular play. While this is a key part to his game and has given the Packers a lot of success, it is Rodgers’ weakness as well. It is not uncommon for Rodgers to pass up an easy completion to an open receiver because he doesn’t like what he sees or because he thinks there is a bigger play potentially developing down the field.” A fan’s comment “Article is correct. Rodgers is not seeing the field at all and his reads. He's holding the ball way too long. Dump it or have a safety valve, not all receivers in one spot down the fiels; live for another play and NO FUMBLES for christ sake. Rodgers deserves as much blame as do the others on the same capers, I mean pertine defense! High drafts on defense, no pass rush again this year, and wide open, OPEN receivers. Why do our receivers struggle to get separation when no names from other teams do? Simple: MM non schemes”.