The Green Bay Packers are set to play against the Cincinnati Bengals this Sunday.
If you can think back to Week 1 of the season when the Packers took on the New Orleans Saints — head coach Matt LaFleur said he wanted clear pee from his players, indicating that they were hydrated.
Entering Week 5, the Packers head coach is demanding a different type of piss due to the team playing theri first game at 1pm local time. LaFleur now wants “hot piss” from his players.
Packers reporter Rob Demovsky chimed in with the obvious question: “How does one get their piss hot?” To which LaFleur replied, “It’s a mentality.”
The Bengals are sporting a top 10 defense so far this year, so the Packers offense will certainly need a lot more than hot piss to take them down.
Green Bay is sitting at 3-1, as are the Bengals.
After a terrible Week 1 performance against the Saints — Aaron Rodgers has picked up his play on the field and is looking like the man who got rewarded with the MVP last season.
Rodgers has led the Packers to three straight wins and has 897 passing yards, eight touchdown passes and two interceptions this season.