From Julius Peppers adolescently insulting Cam Newton, who destroyed his resistance like some Wisconsin cheddar, to the sideline meat between Peppers, B.J. Raji and Ha Clinton-Dix, to another monstrous misfortune, the Green Bay Packers, a group that seemed bound for a Super Bowl appearance only seven days prior, are currently undermining to fall to pieces.
What’s the issue in Green Bay? Aaron Rodgers is still the best quarterback in the NFL (or No. 2 on the off chance that you need to contend Tom Brady). Their protection, which helped the group to a 12-4 record a year ago and got the Pack to inside of one play of the Super Bowl, is for the most part the same. The group has wounds, however nothing unreasonable. So what’s up?