Aaron Rodgers is Playing the Part

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Aaron Rodgers and Danica Patrick

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has not said a word about his supposed relationship with driver Danica Patrick. Meanwhile, Patrick has said plenty.

We still believe this is all a total charade, but it appears Rodgers is now at least playing the part. And playing the part this weekend means being at Daytona to watch your pretend woman drive around in a circle.

This is Patrick’s last run at Daytona, which is what makes dating Rodgers so convenient. He’ll keep her where she obviously and desperately wants to remain — in the spotlight.

Here’s Rodgers on Thursday evening watching whatever the hell was going on from Patrick’s pit box.

As should be noted, some reporters tried to ask Rodgers questions, but he gave no response.

Someone should ask him if he and Patrick are staying in separate hotels or just separate rooms.

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11 Comments on "Aaron Rodgers is Playing the Part"

  1. Capt. Fritter

    Gay or straight. I don’t give a rodent’s posterior as long as the man keeps quarterbacking like he has. Patrick is an obvious gold digger so hopefully she is not a distraction during the season.

  2. PF4L

    Any idiot can see what’s going on here. She’s hanging out with Rodgers trying to be rich and famous someday.

    She’s probably already hired an agent trying to get a commercial or something. This broke bitch just trying to cash in.

    This skank can’t fool us amirite boys?

  3. John D

    She kind of looks like a dude. Maybe it’s true love? I don’t give a shit, it’s their life. Good for them.

    As of June 2017, Danica Patrick’s net worth is $60 million. She is not gold digging.

  4. Kato

    I thought this was a football website? Why not have article on the future prospects of the second year players next year and who may have that second year leap? Or what players will benefit the most from Pettine’s scheme?

      • Icebowl

        This is like reading Killers shit….
        ….. got to ignore it and hope it goes away…

        Total smut Mordi – get back to football

        • PF4L

          If this tool hasn’t left by now, he isn’t going anywhere. Whoever “he” may be.

          But you are 100% correct, this guy (character) is exactly like the lonely boy. Insisting on staying at a place he clearly knows he isn’t wanted, but stays anyway. Which imo, is a special kind of pathetic. On the other hand, i have a feeling Mordi is someone’s alter ego.

    • Kato

      I expect Kenny Clark to benefit the most from Pettine’s scheme. In watching Pettine’s defenses on tape, he seems to move defensive linemen around to take advantages of mismatches and I feel like he will maximize Clark. Would not be surprised if he has between 6-8 sacks next year while consistently getting pressure. I think Nick Perry will also benefit if he can stay fairly healthy and avoid nagging injuries. He is Pettine’s type of player, plays with aggression and violence, and is versatile, while playing run and pass well. Wouldn’t be surprised if he puts his hand in the dirt at times as a defensive end in some formations.

      • Agree about Clark and Perry. Did you notice how the Eagles had big defensive tackles wear down the Patriots guards and center over the course of the game. Then bang put a strong and fast defensive end over the guards late in the game on pass downs. I think Pettine could also use Perry with his hand in the dirt, on pass downs, at the end of games over a worn down guard or center with good results.

      • Cheese

        You mean playing Perry where he should have been used for the past six years? Maybe this team finally is coming around.

        • PF4L

          I’m not sure it matters where he’s played. Perry can get injuries anywhere on the field, or walking through the tunnel, or opening his car door.

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