Watson tore the knee ligament in practice, cutting his 2017 rookie season short after just seven games. He finished with an impressive 1,699 yards passing, 19 touchdown passes, two TD runs and 269 rushing yards in those seven games (six starts).
Like Watson, Rodgers missed several games last year due to injury. Rodgers broke a collarbone early on but returned in Week 15.
"I don't think he needs any advice," Rodgers said, according to the Greenville News. "He had a fantastic year. As he'll find out, the second year is maybe the toughest year for a quarterback because you have an entire offseason for teams -- especially teams in your division -- to study you. It makes things a little harder. I played pretty decent my first year and came back in '09 and was seeing some different looks because there's a lot more film on you."
In Rodgers' second season, he passed for 4,434 yards with 30 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also ran for 316 yards with five touchdowns.