Aaron Rodgers Responds To Zach Wilson’s ‘Hell’ Statement But Nobody Knows What He Means

Aaron Rodgers and Zach Wilson

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Aaron Rodgers is finally with the New York Jets after the front office pulled off a trade with the Green Bay Packers.

After the deal, many made jokes about Zach Wilson, as he made a daunting statement about the quarterback the team ends up acquiring in the offseason.

Aaron Rodgers himself even liked the tweet regarding Zach Wilson’s quote.

For anyone not familiar, Wilson claimed that he would “make that dude’s life hell in practice every day.”

Well, the Jets traded for Rodgers and it’s hard to imagine Wilson making his life hell at all.

However, during Aaron Rodgers’ introductory press conference with the team, he had a statement of his own for Zach Wilson, per PFF.

That would be a really cool quote if it made any sense. Seriously. What does that even mean? The NFL world was left confused, and some took a guess of their own.

There are plenty of these questions going around in the mentions.

Where’s Archer when you need him?

Should Wilson hightail it out of New York?

At the end of the day, what Rodgers probably means is that Wilson will be able to learn from him while being the backup.

Well, at least that’s my assumption.