Aaron Rodgers brings back the Discount Double-Check against the Falcons then states it was an effort to let guys know you can do the dance without getting hurt.
Rodgers and his Green Bay Packers have been on an absolute tear as of late winning 5 games in a row. Rodgers is feeling good and up to his normal confident self, delivering MVP like performances in all of these games. Last night however against the Falcons, Rodgers after throwing one of three touchdowns delivers his well known and commercialized Discount Double-Check.
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Today on his radio show with Jason Wilde Rodgers was asked why he used the dance which was normally reserved for running touchdowns on a pass play Rodgers simply said, “I just wanted to remind people you could do that celebration and not get hurt,”. Rodgers seems to be taking a bit of a jab at Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch and Chicago Bears linebacker Lamarr Houston who both suffered season ending injuries doing the dance.
Rodgers and company will look too keep the winning streak going when they head into the northeast to take on the Buffalo Bills who are sitting at 7-6 and will be fighting to keep any slim playoff hopes alive.
Since the Packers bye in week 9 Rodgers has thrown for 16 touchdowns and zero intersptions while topping the 300 yard mark in 4 out of 5 contests. Rodgers sits at an amazing 35:3 TD:intercpetion ratio on the season and will look to wrap this season up with the trophy named after his franchise’s famous head coach.
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