Can anyone truly imitate Aaron Rodgers? Nope. But will Trey Lance try? Absolutely.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Aaron Rodgers memorably vowed after his 2005 draft day snub that the San Francisco 49ers would be more disappointed for passing him up at No. 1 than he would be at sliding to No. 24. While that proclamation has been true for most of the past decade-plus, Rodgers has been the one dealing with disappointment in the playoffs with three losses. Rodgers gets his fourth playoff shot against the Niners on Saturday night in a reprise of one of the game’s great rivalries that d
The loser of this marquee divisional-round clash will get a head start on determining whether their highly drafted backup will be QB1 next season. And the winner isn't out of the woods either.