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Aaron Rodgers 2022 Team Odds: Where Will the MVP Play Next Season?

Following another disappointing season for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, we take a look at what teams oddsmakers think Aaron Rodgers could play for in 2022.
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Aaron Rodgers 2022 Team Odds: Where Will the MVP Play Next Season?

The Green Bay Packers lost another opportunity to win a Super Bowl with Aaron Rodgers under center this season. The Packers finished first in the NFC this season, only to struggle offensively against the 49ers and lose another postseason game before making it to the Super Bowl.

Last offseason, the Packers didn't even expect Rodgers to play for them. He came back for a "final" year and helped the Packers to a 13-4 season. But for some reason, Rodgers can never finish the job and the offense was abysmal against the 49ers when it mattered the most. With another disappointing ending to the season, we take a look at Aaron Rodger's 2022 team odds here.

There's always so much hype surrounding Rodgers, but the man only has one Super Bowl. If many are going to hate on LeBron James, then Rodgers needs to be hated on more. He's not a closer and can't be clutch no matter how much people expect it out of him.

He's not Josh Allen or Patrick Mahomes and he's certainly not Tom Brady. He's also not Joe Burrow either. The young quarterbacks are taking over and Rodgers doesn't really stand a chance anymore. So should Rodgers move to a new team in 2022? We look at the possible teams Aaron Rodgers might play for in 2022.

When asked if he would return for another season, he said he didn't want to be a part of a rebuild next season. The Packers won 13 games and were never in a rebuild. Green Bay is clearly the place for Rodgers, but if he wants to play that selfish game and move somewhere else, he might just do that. We take a look at Aaron Rodger's 2022 team odds here.

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Aaron Rodgers 2022 Team Odds

Green Bay Packers-225
Denver Broncos+250
Pittsburgh Steelers+350
Miami Dolphins+450
Philadelphia Eagles+550
Cleveland Browns+750
Las Vegas Raiders+900
New York Jets+1200
Carolina Panthers+1400
New Orleans Saints+1400
Tennessee Titans+1400
New York Giants+1600
Seattle Seahawks+1600
Baltimore Ravens+2000

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Packers (-225)

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The Packers are the easy selection here for Aaron Rodger's 2022 team. The Packers won 13 games this year and Aaron Rodgers is looking to go to a place that is still contending. The Packers are contending and put together a solid defensive performance against the 49ers only for Rodgers and the Packers offense to struggle. Throughout his career, play-calling in Green Bay has been a little ridiculous, but this game, against the 49ers in the Divisional Playoffs, is on the offense. And the offense is led by Aaron Rodgers.

If you're not looking to take the Packers and want a long shot, here are a couple of interesting ideas.

Pittsburgh Steelers (+350)

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With Ben Roethlisberger retiring, the Steelers are in need of a legitimate quarterback for a year or two. Pittsburgh would be a nice spot for Aaron Rodger's 2022 team, who is looking for a team that constantly wins. Under Mike Tomlin, even when the Steelers are at their worst, somehow, the Steelers always find a way into the playoffs. I'd expect the Steelers to be immediate Super Bowl contenders if Rodgers came.

New York Giants (+1600)

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I'm not so sure that Aaron Rodgers could take on the New York media right now, but with the Giants adding a new general manager and head coach, you just never know what the Giants might do. The Giants have two top-10 picks in the first round of this year's draft they could send to Green Bay but that likely would not be enough. The NFC East is weak and that would allow Rodgers to just dominate the division and make his way into the playoffs with a new team. If Rodgers took the Giants into the playoffs, the criticism would end, but he would have to share a little bit less of his mind, or the media will destroy him. No matter what you believe in, you know that the New York media would tear him apart for his opinions. That's just a fact.

At the end of the day, where else would Aaron Rodgers want to go than be in Green Bay in 2022, after putting together a 13-4 season? If he wants to right his wrongs, he'll have to go stay in Green Bay one last time and finish the job. He's got a lot of critics and a lot of people doubting his ability. So finish the job once and for all... in Green Bay.

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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