Aaron Rodgers Takes a Shot at ESPN Commentary During NFL Games

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Aaron Rodgers, Atlanta Falcons v Green Bay Packers
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Aaron Rodgers has already made headlines a number of times during his weekly appearances on Pat McAfee's radio show this season. On Tuesday, he did it again by taking a shot at ESPN's Monday Night Football booth.

When asked if he watched the New Orleans Saints top the Los Angeles Chargers 30-27 in overtime Monday night, Rodgers responded that he had it on with the sound off. He also said that's how he's watched a lot of games on ESPN over the last few years.

Check it out:

Announcer smack! Oh, that's a deep burn Aaron. You hear that Brian Griese, he's coming for you!

It seems like Rodgers has been in full on "I don't give a f***" mode since the Green Bay Packers drafted Jordan Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. He's done having to kiss up, prove anything to anyone or cultivate a specific image. He's just being himself and doesn't seem to care about the consequences.

I'm all-in on this version of A-Rodg. Oh, and if you weren't aware, he's also tearing it up on the field. Seems like it's working for him.