Aaron Rodgers' New Packers Headshot is Simply Spectacular

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Detroit Lions v Green Bay Packers / Dylan Buell

For all the things Aaron Rodgers has successfully done in his life, from winning the MVP to winning the Super Bowl, chugging a beer is clearly not one of them.

Nevertheless, Rodgers' new headshot for the upcoming NFL season would make you think otherwise.

Rodgers, sporting a mustache that would put Ron Burgundy to shame, has a new look just as the Packers do with new head coach Matt LaFleur at the helm. The 35-year-old quarterback has been seen sporting the mustache for most of the offseason, but keeping it for the NFL's official headshot is a bold strategy.

The level of Rodgers' lack of care is a mood. It'll be interesting to follow the progression of the mustache throughout the upcoming season. It should no doubt be one of the top storylines every week this year.

The Packers are hoping the mustache helps Rodgers stay on the field. After hurting himself in Week 1 last season, Rodgers played through the injury, but was clearly hampered by it. The team is desperate to have a healthy Rodgers on the field for the 2019-20 campaign.

The Packers go as far as Rodgers take them, and if Green Bay goes on a deep playoff run this year, the mustache might never leave.