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I'm still banging my head about the Brett trade to the Jets. It is hard to see him in a Jets uniform. I am glad that he is playing and he looks happy. The Jets are a good team, with Brett, they will be better. His presents will help sell tickets and boost the vigor of the team.  Maybe they will give that division a run for their money this year. I'm happy for the Jets hopeful fans. It still amazes me on how the bridge from the GB front office to Brett could become so engulfed in flames to where there was no way to mend it. Now I know that it is a two way street, both sides stood their ground on what they believed. So Brett wasn't given the great welcome back the last couple of years and that will hurt his pride a bit. That should not have been the case. However, I do understand how that could make you tired. Brett was not physically tired he was mentally tired. I think the boys in the front office are going to pay dearly for the unthinkable decisions that they have made. There should not have been a rush to get Rodgers in so fast. So what if Aaron Rodgers only has this year on his contract. He does not have the durability of half of the QBs in the NFL. It sure looked like GB was a quarterback away from getting to a Superbowl after Brett retired from GB. How could that front office up there justify letting him go to another team. "He didn't have the right mind set to play for the Green Bay Packers?" I have a few colorful words I would like to say about that, you can imagine. I don't think it would have hurt Rodgers that bad. Besides, maybe he could have had a big ring on his finger before he even made a start in the NFL. I guess we will never know. Politics, they run every thing these days it seems. Unfortunately we are probably more captivated by our star quarterback leaving than who is going to run the country farther into the ground. It is going to be an interesting year in Green Bay for the Packers.

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