Every time there’s a big game on, there’s the possibility of a classic meme being born.
During the game last night, Aaron Rodgers became a meme after taking a big hit that nearly took his helmet off, but didn’t quite, leaving it in a funny position. Twitter had some fun trying to explain what it looked like, with ESPN’s Adam Schefter throwing in an absolutely head scratching caption.
“It’s OK being a weak-chinned no-ass guy.”
See Schefty’s tweet below:
It’s ok being the weak-chinned no-ass guy…. pic.twitter.com/DKHPvARmKP
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 29, 2021
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That caption actually refers to something, when Rodgers called out Schefty for not being able to do an appropriate Lambeau leap.
Aaron Rodgers roasting Adam Schefter to a crisp is the type of content I come here for. pic.twitter.com/aa6zVgyamW
— 𝐽𝐸𝑁 𝑀𝐴𝐶𝐾 🧀 (@BigMack_4) October 5, 2021
Payback’s a bitch.