Valenti And Foster Poll: Would You Rather Have Stafford Or Rodgers Running Your Two-Minute Drill?

By: Evan Jankens

This season hasn’t brought the best for the Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers. During the start of the 2016 season, Rodgers hasn’t lived up to his MVP self. Through five games the Packers are 3-2 and are in second place in the NFC North.

Rodgers hasn’t played up to his potential this season. He has a 88.4 QBR, throwing for 1,170 yard while adding in 10 tds and 4 interceptions.

Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford is playing some of the best football of his career. With his team being 3-3 while winning the last two games from behind, he is putting up career numbers. He has a 106 QBR and has thrown for 1,648 yards with 14 tds and 4 interceptions.

Having said all that, Mike Valenti and Jeff Riger asked an interesting question during their show Monday afternoon: Who would you rather have running your two-minute drill?

“Right here, right now if I played this Sunday I would take Stafford over Rodgers, right now in a two-minute drill,” Valenti said. “Do I believe that Stafford could still be more effective right now then I see from Aaron Rodgers? Yeah, because Aaron Rodgers, he ain’t right and if you’re going on name recognition that’s fine, people are guilty of it I get it.”

Now, it’s time for you to decide. Who would you take?


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