Olin Kreutz wants all the smoke with Aaron Rodgers.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was fired up up after he scrambled for a touchdown in Sunday’s win over the Chicago Bears as audio picked up him taunting the fan base. The 2020 MVP shouted “I still own you” multiples time to the Chicago-based crowd.
One former Bears player was not pleased with the quarterback’s actions. Ex-Chicago offensive lineman Olin Kruetz did an interview on “670 The Score” Monday and stated how much he wants to assault Rodgers for what he said.
“I’d like to punch him in his face, to be honest,” said the former Bears O-lineman.
“I’d like to punch him in his face. When you see that, that’s your first reaction.”
“I’d like to tell you exactly how I feel about it, but I can’t say too much on the radio about exactly how I feel about Aaron Rodgers doing that.”
Rodgers wasn’t wrong in what he said since he has a 22-5 record against the Bears. Kreutz acknowledged the QB wasn’t necessarily wrong, but he still did not want to hear it.
“We all know this is the kind of guy you are,” he said. “You’re competitive, and that’s the way you feel, and you’ve won a lot of games here at Soldier Field. Just because you’re right doesn’t make you right for doing it.”
The Bears and Packers won’t play again until December at Lambeau. By the time, the Bears may not be playing for anything but pride.