NFL: Aaron Rodgers Uses Knee Injury to Remind Teammates He’s The Only One Who Fucking Matters

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GREEN BAY - Following the Packers victory over the Chicago Bears Sunday night, quarterback Aaron Rodgers explained to reporters that his absence following a knee injury in the 2nd quarter was to remind his teammates who the fucking boss is around here. “Yeah, football is a ‘team sport,’ but, I mean, c’mon. C’mon.” Rodgers said arching his eyebrows, implying the Packers would be completely irrelevant without his presence.

Rodgers then proceeded to ignore reporter questions and just make the “Um...hello?” gesture for several minutes, insinuating that he is the sole reason the team has a shot year in and year out. “You guys...saw the game, right?” the multi-time Pro Bowler finally asked, heavily telegraphing the fact that if he is injured for any measurable period of time, the team is downgraded to parity with the Buffalo Bills.

“We have a saying around here: next man up. But, I mean, the ‘next man up’ is Matty Flynn.” Rodgers added, before being informed that Flynn left the Packers 3 years ago.