Yes, perhaps you heard about this. Aaron Rodgers is a ninja-wizard and has bewitched all of our hearts in the crunchiest of crunch times once again, shocking the Chicago Bears with an insane fourth quarter comeback under the lights at Lambeau Field.
With the football world absolutely buzzing from the Packers' comeback from a 20-0 deficit, it's time to regale in the wild scenes in the best way we know how: via the best Twitter snark the internets have to offer.
“Aaron Rodgers leads the Packers back from 20-0 down for the win, on 1 leg!”— YourSports (@YourSports) September 10, 2018
They'll be talking about this one at the barbershop.
Aaron Rodgers showing up to bury the Bears in the 2nd Half pic.twitter.com/9lfBXz7FMi— New job, who dis? (@PBS_Impulse9) September 10, 2018
The question is whether or not Packers doctors can fabricate an Infinity Knee Brace to protect the QB's leg while he manipulates space and time.
Hey, Florio gonna Florio!
Can I use a lifeline?
The Packers spotted the bears:— Andy (@Aschrod31) September 10, 2018
30 min of game time
1 quarter of deshone kizer
2 turnovers including a pick 6
One of Aaron Rodgers legs
20 total points
And it did not matter.
Yeah, that's right, remember Khalil Mack? He was good, I think. I dunno, hard to remember.
Updated NFL MVP Top 5— NOTSportsCenter (@NOTSportsCenter) September 10, 2018
1. Aaron Rodgers
2. A. Rodgers
3. Aaron R.
4. Packers QB #12
5. The Green Bay QB who is also majority owner of the Chicago Bears
Sounds about right. Sorry, Saquon.
Bear Fans: "Khalil Mack is a beast"— J Mans (@Jon_Kemosabe) September 10, 2018
"We coming for Rogers head"
"The NFC North is ours"
"This is a top 5 defense"
Aaron Rodgers: pic.twitter.com/VHHwLDxGEL
Packers-Bears summed up... pic.twitter.com/uqFoJCnvU1— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 10, 2018
Just call him The Truth. After all, that Bears lead was a lie.
Can anyone call Chicago and make sure they're okay?
The Bears have had to play against Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers twice a year for 27 years. That's just cruel.— Mystics Fan Kim (@lgbtqfc) September 10, 2018
Damn. Speaking of that Favre gentleman:
When Brett Favre heard that Aaron Rodgers went down pic.twitter.com/XJjOMXuQ2i— NFL Retweet (@NFLRT) September 10, 2018
But let's not forget another QB's role in all this:
Get 'em started young.