Aaron Rodgers explains ‘I still own you’ Bears troll

Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers. Mandatory Credit: USA Today Sports/PackersNews
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers. Mandatory Credit: USA Today Sports/PackersNews /

Aaron Rodgers secured the win over the Bears for the Packers with a touchdown and taunted fans to celebrate. He offered up classic reasoning for his troll. 

It was a big Week 6 for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Despite the injuries piling up, they went on the road to face the rival Bears at Soldier Field and handled their business. Moreover, the win was punctuated by the future Hall-of-Fame quarterback rushing for a touchdown, looking into the crowd, and letting the Bears and the fans know “I still own you.”

Frankly, he’s not wrong. And on top of that, it’s hard to thank of a cooler celebration than letting your biggest rivals know in their stadium that they have nothing on you.

When asked about the celebration during his postgame press conference and media availability, Rodgers had the perfect reasoning, if you can call it that.

Blacked out in the heat of the moment and seeing a Bears fan flipping the double-bird, it’s honestly surprising that “I still own you” was the only thing that came out of Rodgers’ mouth after that play.

As the Packers keep winning, Aaron Rodgers seems to be enjoying himself more and more.

One of the more enjoyable things about the 2021 season has been how loose Aaron Rodgers has been. Whether it’s because this is his last ride with the Packers or he’s just found peace, he’s clearly having a good time.

That not only is showing on the field — which could be another reason why he’s able to unleash such a savage line on the Bears after a touchdown — but in moments like the postgame presser when he delivers such a hilarious response.

No matter why it’s happening, though, we should indeed be thankful that we’re getting it. Though he’s often been entertaining, this isn’t necessarily a version of Rodgers we’ve seen all that much. And seeing it now, it’s definitely a great time.

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