Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers wasn’t able to lead the team to the Super Bowl this year. Earlier this week, he opened up about his future in the NFL and said that he believes he “can win MVP again in the right situation.”
That statement got some pushback from fans and critics. Rob Gronkowski is one of them.
Appearing with Kay Adams on “Up & Adams,” Gronkowski talked about why he didn’t care for what Rodgers said.
“I’m totally fine with everything he said except one major part, and that’s the ‘MVP again,'” Gronkowski said. “It’s just, I think I could win another Super Bowl, and then that would have been totally fine. Like, bro, like, why are you thinking MVP? Like, don’t you want Super Bowls? Like Super Bowls are, I think, five times greater than than an MVP award. Like, we all know that you won the MVP a few times now, but like, you know, everyone would — everyone would know even more how many more Super Bowls you’ve won than MVP.”
He added, “So that’s why I’m just a little confused about that quote that he just had. I mean, it should be Super Bowls. You should never be thinking the MVP when when Super Bowls are twice better.”
Gronkowski took home championships with the Patriots in 2014 and 2018 and won another title with Tom Brady and the Bucs in 2020.
.@RobGronkowski shares his thoughts on Aaron Rodgers’ recent statement:⁰
“Why are you thinking MVP?… It should be Super Bowls, you should never be thinking MVPs…”⁰⁰📺: @FanDuelTV | @heykayadams pic.twitter.com/WGcN9VNuJs
— Up & Adams (@UpAndAdamsShow) January 18, 2023