I mean, maybe he’d start playing good football again. Aaron Rodgers was, largely pre-Olivia Munn, the greatest quarterback in the game. Since 2015, he’s been — maybe not just another guy, but certainly not a guy who looks like a two-time MVP.
This isn’t to analyze Rodgers’ play with and without Munn, though. We’ll do that another time. There’s plenty of evidence that she’s a terrible person and it’s certainly conceivable that outside pressures or events can affect one’s work performance.
But this is about another rumor and the question of how you’d feel if it were true.
The rumor is that Rodgers and Munn have split up. How much credence are we giving this? On the surface, not a hell of a lot, BUT…
First of all, the rumor was started by some Milwaukee radio DJ. She heard it from someone else and likes to point out that Rodgers and Munn haven’t been seen together in a while.
Still being harassed a week after saying Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn broke up. Yet I haven't seen pics of the two together… Have you?
— Hannah (@onairhannah) October 3, 2016
The rumor alone doesn’t really do anything for us, but yes, the fact that they haven’t been seen together is somewhat significant here.
The Packers just had their bye week. We’re sure Rodgers didn’t hang around Green Bay. In fact, even though he wasn’t pictured, we’re pretty certain he spent last year’s bye in Mexico with Munn. Where he went this year is not so important. What is important is that he and Munn did not appear to spend the week off together.
If you know anything about Olivia Munn it’s that she craves attention and is on Instagram all the time. From her feed we can determine that she was in New York last week at some Target event and she’s now in New Orleans.
The last post she made about anything related to Aaron was a week ago when the People spread of their dogs came out, although that wasn’t really ABOUT Rodgers. His photo just appeared in the magazine.
Further, we know this. Rodgers has spent the last two offseasons in Los Angeles with Munn living a very public life. Last season, Munn pretty much shut it down to come spend the season in Green Bay with Rodgers. And now she appears not to be spending the season in Green Bay with Rodgers.
And yes, that’s a hell of a lot of conjecture and assumption, but that doesn’t necessarily make it untrue. You can go ahead and draw your own conclusions.
If Aaron comes out and puts up 350 and four touches on Sunday, then we’re going to be awfully suspicious. In the meantime, stop harassing Hannah and give us your vote.