Aaron Rodgers jabs Vikings fans after Packers’ big MNF win
The Green Bay Packers won their biggest game of the season on Monday night to clinch the NFC North title, and Aaron Rodgers seemed glad to capture the victory in Minnesota.
After he led the Packers to a 23-10 win over the Vikings, Rodgers made it clear that he didn’t forget how fans in Minnesota cheered when he suffered a broken collarbone two years ago.
Aaron Rodgers: “It’s great to win in this stadium after I was jeered a couple years ago leaving the field with a broken collarbone.”
— Matt Schneidman (@mattschneidman) December 24, 2019
Some cheers could be heard as Rodgers was carted to the locker room after taking a vicious hit from linebacker Anthony Barr in 2017, and that is obviously something that stuck with the two-time NFL MVP.
Monday’s win was one of the most important for Green Bay in years. Rodgers didn’t play all that well with 216 yards passing, no touchdowns and an interception, but it was enough to clinch the division. Being able to shut Vikings fans up was a nice bonus for him.