Last night was an all-time performance for Aaron Rodgers.


The future Hall of Famer and former MVP gave fans a moment they'll remember forever when he returned to the game following a knee injury to lead Green Bay to a comeback win. The only issue is, some fans may remember this moment differently. 


Some Twitter heroes believed Rodgers faked his injury in order to come back in dramatic fashion.

​​Did this fan not see a 290-pound lineman fall on his leg?

Come on. Not the Paul Pierce treatment. 


The man came back onto the field and was hobbling. The knee injury clearly bothered him, but that didn't stop fans from somehow spinning this as a negative moment. This is why we can't have nice things. 

Dude, that's over the top. 

Please watch the language, Chelsea. 

There were some tweets about last night's game that were definitely funny, as were these. It's just a different kind of humor, as these were not intentionally designed to make people laugh. The fact that these are serious gripes is what makes them laughable. 


Instead of viewing it as a classic performance, people are looking at this game as an asterisk on what Rodgers has already proven. It's absurd.