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Aaron Rodgers advised Bears followers he owns them, and he wasn’t fallacious


Within the final instance of swinging down, Packers QB and Jeopardy! host Aaron Rodgers couldn’t resist rubbing it in when he sealed victory over the Bears on Sunday with a six yard TD run.

“All my f***ing life, I personal you. I nonetheless personal you. I nonetheless personal you.”

There’s loads of other ways you possibly can have a look at this. Firstly, I imply, Rodgers isn’t fallacious. He HAS owned the Bears his whole grownup life. After the win on Sunday Rodgers prolonged his report over Chicago to an astonishing 22-5, whereas additionally throwing for 59 touchdowns and solely 10 interceptions over the head-to-head conferences.

Ought to Rodgers have mentioned this? I imply, who’s to say. I do know we are inclined to clutch pearls manner an excessive amount of with regards to NFL gamers trash speaking. I guarantee you that a lot, a lot worse issues are mentioned on the sphere between gamers each single week, we simply don’t get to listen to it. This was a uncommon event the place Rodgers went off and the microphone picked it up.

Certain, he perhaps crossed the road a little bit by directing this at followers of the Bears moderately than the group he was taking part in. Typically I’ve discovered Bears followers to be a few of the most lifelike and self-deprecating followers within the NFL, so it’s not like they have to be reminded by Aaron Rodgers that he owns them. Typically Chicago followers know once they suck, once they’re good, and when (like this 12 months) they’re rebuilding.

I’ll allow you to resolve: Was Aaron Rodgers fallacious for speaking trash, or is all of it truthful sport?

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