When all is said and done, Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers will probably go down as two of the best to ever play the quarterback position. In opposite conferences until now (and never meeting in a Super Bowl), Brady and Rodgers have only played each other twice before this weekend, and they split this head-to-head series one-one.
In 2020, a new level of depth is added to their rivalry, as the two will compete for the NFC crown. Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers are off to a hot start, at 4-0, while Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers are one of three 3-2 teams in the NFC South.
The Packers and Bucs face off this weekend, and Green Bay backup running back Jamaal Williams had a humorous take on the Brady-Rodgers debate during his podcast.
"I'm pretty sure my quarterback knows what fourth down is," Williams chirped, courtesy of The Jamaal Williams Show. A reference to Brady's most recent defeat on Thursday Night Football, where he forgot what down it was against the Chicago Bears in the final minutes of the game.
The error was very uncharacteristic of the all-time great QB, and the embarrassed Brady even sprinted off to the locker rooms without congratulating adversary Nick Foles. Of course, there is a history between Foles and Brady as well, but what quarterback doesn't have a history with "the GOAT?"
So here we are again on the eve of a historic football moment, the GOAT versus A-God, and you can bet we won't see any mental mistakes from the quarterbacks in this one.
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