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Aaron Rodgers Trolled Russell Wilson with God Comment

Aaron Rodgers

After the Seattle Seahawks beat the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson made a comment about how God wanted the Seahawks to win.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was not amused by that comment. Sunday night, Rodgers trolled the fuck out of Wilson during his post-game press conference.

When asked how the Packers got the win, Rodgers pulled the God card.

“It’s being very confident in the preparation and getting a little help from God,” said the Packers quarterback when asked about the team’s success at home. “I think God was a Packer fan tonight. So He was taking care of us.”

You go ahead and suck on that, Russell.

We think it’s pretty great that it appears these teams genuinely don’t like each other.

That’s how football is supposed to be.

Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.



  1. Phatgzus September 21, 2015

    Not entirely sure A-Rodg was taking the mickey, with his sense of humour, memory, and abilitiy to find and maintain a grudge it’s entirely possible, if so I’m not impressed. At the very least, waaay too easy, not up to his usual standard; at the worst it could be viewed as potentially belittling the beliefs of many billions of people (with whom I don’t necessarily share that belief, even still), including his teammates and purportedly himself. Somewhere in the middle it could give the Seahawks (namely Wilson, whose wrath I really don’t fear) a small bit of fuel for the next showdown. I think that level of snark is definitely below Rodgers’ ability level, more suitable for say a Jay Cutler or Eli Shemanning.

    1. PF4L September 22, 2015

      Don’t overthink it. He wanted to put the little man in his place. Rodgers doesn’t forget shit. No big deal.

  2. shawn September 21, 2015

    Rodger’s is becoming a HOF troll, and I don’t doubt that there was zero disdain in the comment. Keep in mind that Rodger’s himself is strong in his faith. He is just more private about it. This comment was meant to be a good humored jab, which it was, and yes, a relatively low hung fruit, which we’ve seen Rodgers’ take advantage of before.

  3. Chad Lundberg September 21, 2015

    Really think this was a jab at Russell at all, as badly as Monty may want to believe that. Rodgers is a strong man of faith as well, like shawn said he’s just more private. Makes me wonder why he’s with Olivia Munn though…

  4. MMK September 21, 2015

    It was OBVIOUSLY a fucking jab a Wilson. I think I need to stop reading the comments on this site.

  5. MMK September 21, 2015

    *Chris pontius voice* Keep God out of football!

  6. Tequila September 21, 2015

    It was obviously a jab. He’s a genius and I love him more now.

  7. Mike R September 21, 2015

    Russell is being exposed as a bit of a phony the more he is in the spot light. This was obviously a shot at Wilson,and I thought it was pretty hilarious. Anyone who thinks God or any supernatural being has influence over a football game is either stupid, crazy, or full of shit and trying to create some false image of themselve. Russell is not stupid, but a little Jesus crazy and a bit of a phony I would say yes.

  8. Vj September 21, 2015

    What you call GOD, I call the Ancient Aliens.

  9. ay hombre September 22, 2015

    The Seattle newspaper covered the same story and in the comment section interestingly enough more of the comments were in favor of Rodgers rather than Wilson. The Seattle fans think he’s a flake too.

  10. PF4L September 22, 2015

    Wilson is a dainty pretty boy, bordering on feminism. Hopefully his 15 minutes of fame is done with the Seahawks. When i hear him speak, i can’t help but think of hearing Tebow speak. Both of which are nauseating.

  11. Ulvfox September 22, 2015

    Packers secret weapon; Rod of God!