Lil Wayne Blames Aaron Rodgers After Green Bay Packers’ Loss To Detroit Lions

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Green Bay Packers lost their fifth consecutive Sunday game. A famous Green Bay Packers fan blames Aaron Rodgers. Lil Wayne is upset after losing to the Detroit Lions.Twitter was his first port of call to vent his frustrations. He stated that the Packers are finished and Rodgers should be gone. 

“RIP to the season,”Wayne tweets “We should’ve gotten rid of 12 before the season.”  Wayne has been a big supporter of the Packers for many years. He has appeared at Lambeau Field during playoff games and even made a song for the team during their 2021 playoff run called “Green and Yellow”Rodgers is praised by this. The four-time NFL MVP player had one of the worst games in his career, throwing three interceptions, and posting a passer rating 53.5 in Sunday’s loss.

The interesting thing about Lil Wayne saying the Packers should have not brought back Rodgers is he came close to not returning to the team following the 2021 season. “Frustration and (misery) are two different emotions,” He said it, per the Packers official website. “So, when I decided to come back, it was all-in, and I don’t make decisions and then hindsight, 20/20 have regrets about big decisions like that.

“I was all-in. There are a lot life lessons this year. But it’s not over. There are still many games to play. We will be counted out by many and we’ll watch how we respond. Rodgers is currently at 65% completion of his passes. He has thrown 2,091 yards, 14 touchdowns, seven interceptions, and a passer rating of 89. While the Packers are currently at 3-6 for the year, they are just two games behind San Francisco 49ers in contention for the last spot in NFC playoffs. 

Although Lil Wayne and other Packers fans might have had enough of Rodgers, the star quarterback still had a stellar run in Green Bay. Rodgers also won four MVP awards and led the Packers to the Super Bowl victory in 2010. Rodgers has been selected to the Pro Bowl 10 times, to the All-Pro Team 5 times, and is a member the NFL’s All-Decade Team 2010. 

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