BY ROB REISCHEL
Brett Hundley was discussing what would be his first NFL start last week, when he dropped a 10-word sentence that left many jaws agape.
“I want to be a Hall of Famer one day,” Hundley said.
That day certainly wasn’t Sunday. Not even close.
And based on the performance of both Hundley and Green Bay’s offense, the odds of that day ever coming seem long.
After serving a two-and-a-half year apprenticeship behind Pro Bowl quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Hundley showed he wasn’t ready for prime time.
Hundley completed just 12-of-25 passes for a paltry 87 yards, threw one interceptio...
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