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In a scintillating interview with NBA star Serge Ibaka, Aaron Rodgers admits he is the greater Green Bay Packers quarterback between him and Brett Favre.
Serge Ibaka’s move to the Milwaukee Bucks has had a profound effects on the sports landscape, namely by making an exclusive in-season interview with Aaron Rodgers possible.
Ibaka featured Rodgers in the latest episode of Ibaka’s hit YouTube show, “How Hungry Are You?” Ibaka proved hungry for answers to some of the NFL’s most burning questions, including Rodgers’ top five quarterbacks and the greatest Packers quarterback of all time.
Rodgers had plenty of fun with Ibaka’s questions, joking that Josh Allen was the worst quarterback in the NFL and that he would happily trade away David Bakhtiari. Even though Rodgers is often perceived as having a high opinion of himself, he did try to shy away from naming himself as one of the NFL’s greatest to ever do it.
“Who’s the greatest Packers quarterback of all time: you or Brett Favre?” Ibaka asked.
“Bart Starr,” Rodgers replied. Eventually, Rodgers caved to Ibaka’s questioning.
“Me,” Rodgers admitted and shrugged. “Who’s not gonna say yourself? Come on,” he continued.
“I know you tried to be cool, but it’s simple,” Ibaka replied, agreeing with Rodgers’ answer.
Serge Ibaka got Aaron Rodgers to admit he’s the greatest Packers QB in recent history
Although Rodgers admitted that he’s surpassed his predecessor, he still honors Favre by including him among his top four NFL quarterbacks of all time.
Four, not five, because Rodgers was reluctant to include himself in his own top five, but Ibaka insisted.
Rodgers’ four include Tom Brady, Joe Montana, Steven Young and Brett Favre.
Rodgers wouldn’t directly answer who the greatest quarterback of all time is, but he does say he goes by championships, implying that he agrees Tom Brady is the GOAT.
Speaking of GOATs, Ibaka honored the four-time NFL MVP by serving him a hearty dish of beer cheese soup with goat brain, an homage to Rodgers’ intellect.
Rodgers agrees Bart Starr was a Packers legend, but when it comes to the past 30 years in Green Bay, Rodgers accepts that he owns that title.