Aaron Rodgers had a message for Chicago Bears fans.
They won’t like it.
As the Green Bay Packers quarterback scrambled for a touchdown in a six-yard run to extend the Packers’ lead to 24-14 (which held as the final score) on Sunday, Rodgers celebrated with teammates And broke his signature “belt” celebration.
Rodgers then headed toward the crowd at Solider Field.
“I’m still your boss!” The Fox broadcast microphone picked up Rodgers as saying. “I still own you.”
The three-time NFL MVP has a point. He is now 21-5 against the Bears in his career (most wins against any opponent) with a 57-10 touchdown-interception ratio. Rodgers completed 17 of 23 passes for 195 yards and was responsible for all three Packers touchdowns.
The Packers have now won eight of their last nine matches against the Bears in 2016. Rodgers’ first win against Chicago came on November 16, 2008.
He’s been a thorn in the side of Bear fans ever since.
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