It's our job in the blogosphere to give you instant analysis of everything when it comes to the National Football League and the obvious parallels between the Packers trading Brett Favre to make way for Aaron Rodgers and the Eagles trading Donavan McNabb to make way for Kevin Kolb have people reaching something fierce in their quest to provide the masses with content.
This morning, from Adam Schefter:
QB Kevin Kolb now has as much pressure on him in Philly as Aaron Rodgers did in Green Bay
Packer Update (of all people) counters:
No he doesn't- and it's not even close.
I have to say, I'm in complete agreement with the ol' Update here.
Yes, Kolb is starting for a franchise who's fans are notoriously difficult to please. Yes he has a veteran quarterback behind him in Michael Vick for the masses to call for the moment he makes his first mistake. And yes, he will have to face the man he replaced twice a year.
And all that doesn't add up to close what Rodgers had (and has) to deal with.
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