Aaron Rodgers' locker room remark nonchalantly decimates the NFC North.
Aaron Rodgers, the quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, nonchalantly destroys the rest of his NFC North division with a single locker room remark, but he isn't mistaken.
Every year begins the same in the cold NFC North.In the hopes that this year will finally be their year, fans congregate in Detroit, Chicago, and the Twin Cities in front of the television.
Anyone can support this season's ensemble of competent Lions players as well as the "Detroit vs. everybody" mindset depicted in "Hard Knocks."
The Minnesota Vikings have undertaken a total administrative revamp, bringing in general manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah and coach Kevin O'Connell to ferret out the best in their talent.
And the Chicago Bears enter the season with all of their anticipated offensive starters healthy and prepared to play on a recently refurbished field owned by their NFC North foe.
Chicago supporters have faith that this year will be different since quarterback Justin Fields has another season and a new coach in Matt Eberflus.