It’s been quite a rough afternoon for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.
The Packers, thanks to an influx of turnovers, fell behind the Cincinnati Bengals 14-0 early, though, thankfully for the Packer faithful they were able to come back and take a lead going into halftime.
Still, it’s been a struggle and Packers head coach Mike McCarthy clearly isn’t very happy with it or his signal caller Aaron Rodgers, of whom he not only gave a death stare to, but engaged in a mild argument.
Of course, an argument between a coach and player (even one of Rodgers’ status) isn’t anything out of the norm. We see it every week, though, it is a little weird to see both McCarthy and Rodgers go at it.
Defensive lineman B.J. Raji (among other, who I can’t seem to identify) had to step in to prevent the heated argument from getting any worse and the two went their own ways after a few more verbal jabs.
Bad day at the office, I guess.
H/T The Big Lead