Aaron Rodgers: Packers’ Rep over 49ers ‘Rough Night time’ for ‘He Doesn’t Care’ Critics

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Green Bay Packers superstar Aaron Rodgers is over all but again firing again at his critics in the wake of Sunday’s thrilling 30-28 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. 

Acting on The Pat McAfee Allege, the reigning NFL MVP known as the comeback seize a “tough night for the ‘he would now not care'” of us. 

Pat McAfee @PatMcAfeeShow

It modified into as soon as shapely to secret agent you celebrate like hell along side your teammates & coaches factual weeks after “he would now not care”

“Rough night for the he would now not care campers..I like this sport & you dream about a hit games like that” ~@AaronRodgers12#PatMcAfeeShowLIVE

After the 49ers took a 28-27 lead with 37 seconds remaining, Rodgers engineered a six-play, 42-yard pressure to situation up Mason Crosby’s sport-a hit field purpose as time expired. 


Rodgers now not achieved but. #GoPackGo

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Coming off the Packers’ 35-3 loss to the Contemporary Orleans Saints in Week 1, ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith acknowledged on First Engage that “it gave the affect of [Rodgers] didn’t care.”

Invoice Cowher acknowledged something identical on the Sept. 20 episode of CBS’s The NFL These days pregame gift. 

“I constantly bid perception is actuality, and you peep at him on the sidelines, he looks as if he for certain doesn’t care,” Cowher acknowledged. “… Allege me you care. Allege me it’s foremost to you, that the team is more foremost than who you are, and apt now, I haven’t considered that.”

Rodgers threw for 133 yards without a touchdowns and two interceptions against the Saints. His 4.8 yards per strive modified into as soon as his lowest in a sport since a 38-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 6 remaining season. 

In two games since that season-opening defeat, Rodgers is 45-of-60 for 516 yards and 6 touchdowns with zero interceptions. 

The Packers lead the NFC North with a 2-1 story heading into their Week 4 showdown with the Pittsburgh Steelers. 

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