GREEN BAY, Wisc. — You watch the Green Bay Packers' offense this season, how disjointed it has looked week to week, how off schedule it has operated, and it’s hard not to wonder.
Aaron Rodgers is a two-time MVP. At his best, he has played the quarterback position perhaps as well as anybody ever. His arm talent, his elusiveness, his creativity, his intellect — his all-around skill set may be unparalleled.
But who holds him accountable?
Winston Moss, the Packers' longtime assistant coach, suggested in a tweet Tuesday that Rodgers hasn’t been held accountable. He was the first member inside the organization to publicly express the possibility. Moss was fired hours later not for the tweet, interim head coach Joe Philbin said Wednesday, but because it “just didn’t feel like the fit right now was where it needs to be.”
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