I woke up to the glorious news Monday morning that the Minnesota Vikings had defeated the Green Bay Packers 24-17 Sunday night.
Now, I usually manage to stay up to watch most of the “SNF” game, but I had a long several days, which led me to kick off a bit early. I knew I was risking waking up to see that Aaron Rodgers had put up some kind of disgusting stat line that we’ve grown accustomed to seeing.
However, that’s not what happened at all. The so-called elite offense of Green Bay apparently wasn’t able to do anything. Rodgers didn’t even throw for more than 200 yards! What an epic disaster of a game for Green Bay and their fanbase. (RELATED: Here Are The Best Moments From Week 11 Of The NFL Season)
Where do the Packers sit now when it comes to the postseason? According to Bleacher Report, they’re chances are only at three percent. You just hate to see it!
With their loss tonight, the Packers have just a 3% chance of making the playoffs… pic.twitter.com/RHStaQ5Db8
— Bleacher Report NFL (@BR_NFL) November 26, 2018
Well, I guess it’s a good thing the Packers aren’t shelling out a ton of money to Rodgers to not win games. Oh, wait. That’s not correct at all. I just remembered Green Bay gave him a contract worth $134 million and almost $100 million guaranteed over four years. Money well spent!
At least Rodgers can sleep easy at night knowing nothing that has ever gone wrong with the Packers was ever his fault. Hell, they could go 0-16, and I’m still sure he wouldn’t have made a single mistake along the way.
I think I speak for the majority of NFL fans when I say watching the Packers lose will never get old.