Sport Aaron Rodgers' reaction to hit on Thursday Night Football became an instant meme
'It was fun': Packers QB Aaron Rodgers doesn't regret 'I still own you' troll against Bears fans
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers went viral for taunting Chicago Bears fans by telling them: "I still own you." He doesn't regret a single word.Rodgers, the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, was caught on a FOX broadcast microphone telling Chicago Bears fans, "I still own you," and the moment went viral. Some have praised Rodgers for showing emotion while others have been critical, saying his behavior was unsportsmanlike.
The result was, putting the Green Bay Packers up 17-7 over the Arizona Cardinals during the third quarter of Thursday Night Football.
But on that play, the first of Rodgers' two touchdown passes to Cobb on the night, the facial expression after Rodgers took a late hit (yes, it was called a roughing the passer penalty) had the internet on fire.
The image captured on Fox before going to break will no doubt be used as an internet meme for some time.
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Here's what some people were saying on Twitter about the (first) viral moment fromover the previously undefeated Cardinals:
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar slams Aaron Rodgers for 'directly and deliberately' lying about COVID vaccine .
Longtime NBA legend and outspoken Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar joined in on the chorus of sports figures slamming Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Monday morning. Abdul-Jabbar, in a Substack entry titled “Aaron Rodgers Didn’t Just Lie,” ripped Rodgers after he tested positive for COVID-19 and landed in the NFL’s health and safety protocols while unvaccinated — something he had misled the public about for months. "Rodgers’Abdul-Jabbar, in a Substack entry titled “Aaron Rodgers Didn’t Just Lie,” ripped Rodgers after he tested positive for COVID-19 and landed in the NFL’s health and safety protocols while unvaccinated — something he had misled the public about for months.