Aaron Rodgers is making Packers fans go crazy, but unlike during the offseason, he is saying all the right things they want to hear.
The drama that plagued Green Bay this offseason seems like a distant memory that never happened. It was just a few months ago Rodgers reportedly wanted to be traded away from Green Bay and also threatened to retire if he didn’t get his way.
Riding high after a 24-14 victory over the Bears in which Rodgers put the nail in Chicago’s coffin with a fourth-quarter touchdown run, the MVP quarterback has the fan base thinking this season will not be his final with the franchise.
“I don’t think this is my last one, but I’ve enjoyed every single one of them,” he said, according to Ryan Wood.
Rodgers is 22-5 overall against Chicago and 11-3 against the Bears at Soldier Field.
Here’s how Packers fans reacted:
Rodgers only threw for 195 yards, but he picked up two passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown to secure Green Bay’s fifth consecutive win after an opening week loss.
Him alluding to come back for another year has to be quite the stab to the heart of Bears fans who were hoping they were finally done with A-Rod torturing their favorite team.