The final week of the NFL regular season always gives us a lot of drama, and this year has been no different. The NFL regular season delivered one last treat with the Sunday Night game pitting the Lions against the Packers.
The Lions already knew they had no shot to make it to the playoffs since the Seattle Seahawks won, but they wanted to make damn sure that their division rival didn’t make it either.
The Detroit Lions had the last laugh against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night, as they sent the Packers team and fans home upset after defeating them at Lambeau Field.
One prominent Packers fan is so upset that he took to Twitter and stated how ‘done’ he is with Aaron Rodgers. That person is legendary rapper Lil Wayne.
“Man as a Packers fan, all I can say is R E L A P S E!!! I been done w 12 12 been done w football Now when tf are they gon be done w 12???????!!!!! Idk but GO PACK GO.”
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He finished the game 17-of-27 for 205 yards, a touchdown and the costly interception in Green Bay’s first home loss to Detroit since 2018.
A win would have advanced the Packers to a NFC wild-card game next week at the San Francisco 49ers. It would have been their fifth straight victory, making them the conference’s hottest team. Instead, their season ends short of the playoffs for the first time in coach Matt LaFleur’s four seasons.
The team now has important decisions to make in the offseason. Speaking to reporters after the game, Rodgers remained noncommittal about playing next season and explained that he is still unsure about where he stands on what he wants to do.
“I mean, it’s a little raw right now, just a little bit after the game,” Rodgers said. “Want to take the emotion out of it and have conversations and see where the organization is at and see how I feel after some time has passed.”
On the season, Rodgers logged 3,695 yards, 26 touchdowns and 12 interceptions in 17 starts.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.