Aaron Rodgers had a tough week 1. Following an offseason filled with drama surrounding quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the reigning MVP proceeded to throw just 15 completions on 28 attempts, gaining only 133 yards and racking up two interceptions along the way. It was a very bad outing.
So much so that if Aaron Rodgers would have opted to throw the ball into the dirt, he would have had a higher QB ranking.
Passer rating if thrown into the dirt every play: 39.6
Aaron Rodgers passer rating vs Saints today: 32.8 😳 pic.twitter.com/V6AtVFi3hx
— PFF (@PFF) September 12, 2021
This week Aaron Rodgers joined the Pat McAfee show to discuss Week 1. After responding to one of McAfee’s questions about his second interception, Rodgers decided to make one thing clear about the first pick he threw.
Apparently there was more to it than we saw…
"There's some interceptions you want back.. some that aren't your fault.. but the first one on Sunday was entirely due to the DOUBLE nut shot I took" 😂😂 @AaronRodgers12#PatMcAfeeShowLIVE pic.twitter.com/Itef4xBPTe
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) September 14, 2021
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A double nut shot? Is there any other kind..
In case you missed it, here’s the play he’s referring to:
Aaron Rodgers said his first interception this past Sunday vs the Saints was due to a "Double Nut Shot" he received from two defensive lineman. Heres the play from an alternate angle. 🥜🥜 pic.twitter.com/Z5UQCDOyCH
— EarlWill (@EarlWill) September 14, 2021
Saints 3rd round pick Paulson Adebo starts his career with an interception of the league MVP.pic.twitter.com/ghLSoRYm4M
— Boom or Bust: The Draft Show (@BoomOrBustDraft) September 12, 2021
Rodgers is all about being 100% transparent.
Thanks for the transparency Aaron.