Aaron Rodgers swoons about respect for Pittsburgh Steelers’ Mike Tomlin

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin shared a moment together in the first half of Sunday’s game. 

The Pittsburgh Steelers‘ losing streak continued on Sunday at Lambeau Field with a 27-17 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Green Bay’s quarterback Aaron Rodgers said publicly last week that he respects Pittsburgh’s organization and coach Mike Tomlin, starting rumors that the Steel City could be his next landing spot.

That speculation continued as Rodgers detailed an exchange between him and Tomlin in the first half.

Does Aaron Rodgers want to play for Mike Tomlin and the Pittsburgh Steelers?

The animosity between Aaron and the Packers organization is still there, even after Green Bay has won three straight games after getting annihilated in Week 1. Rodgers has been vocal about his admiration for the Steelers, so it seems as if he’s dropping hints at this point.

It just so happens that Pittsburgh is in the market for a quarterback. Ben Roethlisberger has looked terrible and if the Steelers don’t do something quickly, this year will be the team’s first losing season since 2003.

Backup quarterback Mason Rudolph isn’t a truly viable candidate to be Ben’s successor, but there is Dwayne Haskins who is the third-string quarterback. Pittsburgh’s front office should be at least exploring what it would take to land Rodgers in black and gold.

Aaron is 37-years-old and isn’t the young franchise quarterback that the Steelers will be able to carry on far into the future, but he’s still able to perform at a high level.

Rodgers and Tomlin – the perfect quarterback/head coach duo that the NFL didn’t know it needed?

Give it a shot, Pittsburgh.

Source: FanSided

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