Aaron Rodgers may not have thrown to many first-rounders during his legendary Green Bay Packers career, but he did play with some incredible players over the years.
From Davante Adams to Jordy Nelson to James Jones, Rodgers built unstoppable connections with many pass-catchers, consistently making the Packers' offense one of the best in the league.
With Rodgers' career in Green Bay coming to an end, it's fun to reflect on some of his all-time great connections. Who were the greatest receivers Rodgers played with in Green Bay? A debate Packers fans will be having for years to come.
We asked ChatGPT to weigh in on the conversation. It had a simple request, to rank the top 10 wide receivers Aaron Rodgers has played with during his Packers career.
The results were, let's just say, interesting.
Best Packers wide receivers to play with Aaron Rodgers, ranked by ChatGPT
Tasked with ranking the top 10 wide receivers Aaron Rodgers has played with in Green Bay, here is ChatGPT's list:
- Jordy Nelson
- Donald Driver
- Greg Jennings
- Randall Cobb
- James Jones
- Davante Adams
- Jermichael Finley
- Geronimo Allison
- Equanimeous St. Brown
- Marquez Valdes-Scantling
Wow. Where do we even start?
Perhaps we can begin with the lack of respect shown to Davante Adams. Adams belongs at No. 1 on the list.
Adams ranks fourth in Packers franchise history for receiving yards, second for receiving touchdowns, and second for receptions. He was a five-time Pro Bowler and two-time first-team All-Pro while with the Packers.
Jordy Nelson and Greg Jennings deserve to be in the top three, with Donald Driver also near the top.
Adams at No. 6? Wow.
Then we shift our attention to the bottom half of the rankings. Despite clearly asking for a wide receiver ranking, ChatGPT included tight end Jermichael Finley. But that's fine.
What's not fine is leaving Allen Lazard off the top 10. Geronimo Allison and Equanimeous St. Brown ahead of Marquez Valdes-Scantling?
Artificial Intelligence is able to get a lot right. Outside of Davante Adams being too low, the top six isn't bad at all. Put Adams closer to the top, and there aren't many complaints to be had. But the bottom half of the list shows ChatGPT still has a way to go.