Aaron Rodgers: Green Bay Packers quarterback says his lone Super Bowl win was ‘too long ago’

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Aaron Rodgers still remembers sitting on his rug as a kid and watching his idol Joe Montana play in the Super Bowl and describes his own Super Bowl success as “everything I thought it would be.”

Named Super Bowl MVP at just 27 years old, Rodgers could be forgiven for helping Montana and Terry Bradshaw win four titles. Instead, Tom Brady rose above both with seven Super Bowl wins, while Rodgers stayed put.

“It’s been too long,” Rogers said in an exclusive interview with sky sport. “It was as unusual as the blur of that week.

“I was 27 years old and I thought it was the standard that we would come back here many, many times and win more of these trophies.

“Especially as you get older, you realize that the windows are getting smaller and the options are getting smaller.”

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The precocious 27-year-old is now 38 and aging even more thanks to four losses when he was on the cusp of the Super Bowl, in the NFC Championship game, four more losses in the divisional round, like the one suffered by the San Francis 49ers at home. last season, and a wild card relegation in recent years.

Green Bay has occupied the top two spots in the NFC conference five times, topping three times, and Rodgers was named NFL MVP each time (as was in 2014), only to later fall off the list. playoffs

“I’m always thinking of plays I could make, things I could do better,” Rogers said.

“It’s hard. Completing this is always hard, the speed with which it happens is what you ended up with.