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Aaron Rodgers Has An IZOD Commercial

I’m sure you’ll be seeing plenty of this during NFL games this season. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has a commercial for IZOD, which actually stars and was written by Saturday Night Live’s Colin Jost.

Talk about a show I haven’t seen in decades and there you go.

Are you telling me Jimmy Fallon no longer ruins every skit by laughing at the very thing he’s taking part in?

Is the commercial awesome?

Meh…

Rodgers is solid, but the rest of it is kind of dumb. But please, judge for yourself.

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Mordecai Jones

Mordecai is a writer living in Los Angeles. He primarily writes screenplays, but also does crap like this because GREEN BAY PACKERS, baby!

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  1. PF4L September 5, 2018

    Well, that’s fantastic and all, but pretty soon, we are going to have to receive information (full disclosure) of the whereabouts of the football writers on this site other than Joseph, and why they are all MIA.

    You do not have to give us said information, you could be like the Packers and be Red China. But Packer Nation demands it….Plus, last Xmas i contributed $500 in the name of TotalPackers.com to the “Human Fund”. So yea, i think i deserve an explanation.

  2. Dra September 5, 2018

    I cut the cord 3 years ago…please remind me what commercials are again?

  3. Drater September 5, 2018

    I cut the cord 3 years ago…please remind me what commercials are?

  4. Cheese September 5, 2018

    At least he’s not doing commercials with Nike and the SJW Squidward. People are about to get all bent out of shape.

  5. PF4L September 5, 2018

    Commercials…..what to do when a NFL team pays you 313 million, and it isn’t enough.

    1. Kato September 5, 2018

      Needs all the money he can get, he is serious about team ownership

      1. PF4L September 5, 2018

        Lol…exactly, to make more money.

        But seriously, he already owns a minuscule ownership percentage of the Bucks. Sport franchises are worth 1 billion these days, plus or minus.