Aaron Rodgers Mocks Vikings Fans After Big Win
Aaron Rodgers mocked the Vikings after his big win on Monday night.
Coming into this Week 16 showdown, the stakes were clear for Green Bay. Win the game and the NFC North title is secure. Lose, and things suddenly get a little more complicated.
Rodgers and Co. opted not to leave anything up to chance. The Packers dominated Minnesota from start to finish and ended up emerging with a 23-10 victory.
After the game, Rodgers decided to take a little parting shot at the Vikings and their fans.
“It feels great to win it in this stadium where a couple of years ago I was jeered leaving the field after breaking my collarbone,” he said.
Aaron Rodgers, wearing his NFC North champions hat said: “It feels great to win it in this stadium where a couple of years ago I was jeered leaving the field after breaking my collarbone. Feels pretty good.” https://t.co/3Ql6l67Kpb pic.twitter.com/Y7pqrhGDZR
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) December 24, 2019
“Feels pretty good.”
Rodgers famously broke his collarbone during a game in Minnesota two years ago. Clearly the memory of how fans reacted has stuck with him since 2017.
With their most recent victory, the Packers improved their record to 12-3 through 15 games and guaranteed themselves a top-three seed in the postseason.