Aaron Rodgers Got The Meme Treatment Following His Awful Appearance In Post Game Presser

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Chicago Bears legend Dick Butkus joined Twitter and started immediately trashing Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Friday

It would be an understatement to say that it didn’t go according to plan for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in the opening week.

After a tumultuous offseason for Rodgers and the Packers’ front office, the superstar quarterback was shockingly off during the blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints.

Rodgers completed 15 of 28 passes for a mere 133 yards to go along with two interceptions.

After the game, Aaron Rodgers tried to maintain that the season wasn’t going to be won or lost after one game.

“It’s just one game,'” Rodgers said when asked for his take on coach Matt LaFleur’s harsh post-game statement. “We played bad. I played bad. Offensively we didn’t execute very well. One game. We’ve got 16 to go.”

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After the Aaron Rodgers presser went viral, many fans were having a field day about his appearance.

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Luckily for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, every single team in the NFC North lost during the opening week. And the division is shaping up to be pretty lackluster.

Despite getting shelled in the season opener, Rodgers’ Packers remain favorites to win the division.

But even if Aaron Rodgers’ post game remarks exude confidence, his face tells a completely different story altogether. The packers have some holes, and they’ll need much better play from the reigning MVP.

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