Aaron Rodgers ‘Likes’ Tweet Bashing Super Bowl Refs For Flags Thrown Against The Chiefs (TWEET)

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Aaron Rodgers appears to be one of many people who were not thrilled with how the Super Bowl was being officiated.

The Green Bay Packers QB may hold a tad of bitterness inside him considering the Tampa Bay Bucs came to Lambeau Field and eliminated his team in the NFC Championship game.

During Sunday night’s game, social media users noticed Rodgers liked a tweet from longtime NFL official Terry McAulay.

“Neither defensive hold called on KC comes close to the standard we saw the entire season for that call all season and certainly not what we saw in TB/GB,” McAulay wrote.

A crucial penalty against Charvarius Ward caused a Tom Brady interception thrown to Tyrann Mathieu to be called back, which resulted in the Bucs eventually scoring a touchdown.

Bashaud Breeland added to the misery with a pass interference that would set the Bucs up for another TD just before halftime.

Tampa Bay took advantage, while playing stout defense and winning the game 31-9.