Green Bay and New England face off on Sunday in the 2022 NFL season. Following Aaron Rodgers' comments on Bill Belichick, the Patriots coach also praised the Packers quarterback.
Week 4 of the 2022 NFL season will bring us an interesting game when the Packers welcome the Patriots to Lambeau Field on Sunday.
Aaron Rodgers has already started anticipating stability, praising Bill Belichick. Ahead of Sunday's game, Belichick was also full of praise for the Green Bay superstar.
In his weekly appearance on the "Pat McAfee Show", the veteran signal-caller called Belichick "a living legend", adding that he is the best coach ever.
"He makes incredible in-game adjustments, halftime adjustments, third-quarter adjustments, fourth-quarter adjustments, whatever it is," Rodgers said.
It is not common to see Rodgers against Belichick, as he only faced New England twice. However, the two have seen each other do incredible things in the league, which is why mutual respect exists.
"Try not to give the quarterback more information than you need to when you're in a position to play," Belichick told reporters. Therefore, sometimes structures force you to do it a bit.
He's seen all this a million times. They don't turn the ball. He doesn't make many mistakes, he never did. He is a very resourceful quarterback.
He pretends that is there and he pretends something that is not really there. And then he rarely makes a mistake where his game is bad. There are very, very few of them.
"I think it's one of the things that makes him a great quarterback. He's got a great hand, he's got a great touch. He's accurate.
So far, the record between Rodgers and Belichick is even (1-1). Last time they met in 2018, it was the Patriots who had the upper hand (31-17).
The Packers arrive at this fixture in a better position than New England, but we'll have to wait and see.