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Rodgers emphasizes Saints among Packers' toughest NFC competition
See Aaron Rodgers asked about the Packers' toughest competitors in the NFC and who on the team he would trust if something catastrophic happened to him, including...a zombie attack? Video by tmj4.comvideo
GREEN BAY - In an exclusive web segment, TODAY'S TMJ4 viewers ask Aaron Rodgers questions. Aaron tells us which teammate he trusts most, and which teams will be the toughest to beat later this season.
DARIN: "God forbid Aaron, but if anything bad were to happen to you, and family wasn't available, who on your team would you reach out to first?"
AARON: "That's a really deep question. I don't know if I can get that serious at this point, but Brett Goode and I are real close friends, AJ (Hawk) and I, obviously Matt (Flynn) and Graham (Harrell), but we had a 'What if' awhile back; 'What if you're going into a battle with zombies, and you can take one guy from your team as your protector, your bodyguard, I think about 90% was Tom Crabtree. So if there's any situation where I need some support or help, I'm gonna say Tom Crabtree."
PACKERS FAN: "Hi Aaron. I know you guys are the only undefeated team in the NFL, but I was just wondering, who do you see as your biggest threat the remaining schedule, and in the rest of the conference? Thanks for your time and good luck the rest of the season."
AARON: "I think you have to look at the New Orleans Saints--the way they play offense and defense. We caught 'em at home the first game of the year, but Drew Brees is one of the best quarterbacks in the league, and been doing it a long time at a high level. Darren Sproles is a difference-maker for them. Their defense seems to be playing a little better. You know, we caught them at home and we were hot early on, so I think the Saints are gonna be a team to look at."
WAYNE: "Chicago coming on as well?"
AARON: "Chicago's, obviously, has been playing well. Chicago and Detroit, obviously, are both talented teams, but I think New Orleans is gonna be a tough team."