We got a glimpse of this in Aaron Rodgers’ first ad for IZOD. The second one doesn’t have any of the other stuff like the fake football game or dude from Saturday Night Live. It only has Rodgers being a DJ.
It’s asked what Rodgers does before a game to relax. If this is to be believed, he acts like a tool while standing behind some turntables. We doubt it is to be believed.
There are some pretty wicked graphics in here too and then Rodgers is a hologram.
It all makes little sense, but it is pretty fun.
So i’m reading an excerpt from a Packer writer named Kris Burke praising Alexander and Jackson….
“While both made mistakes, one thing was clear to Pettine and anyone else who watched the game: neither of the two youngsters were overmatched and you really never said the same about the duo’s predecessors, Damarious Randall and Quinten Rollins.”
Well…One thing is clear to me. Kris Burke either wasn’t a Packer fan in 2015, or he simply called himself a Packer fan, but wasn’t paying attention. In 2015 nobody was saying that Rollins and Randall were overmatched, quite the opposite, they were constantly praised.
It’s amazing as to what gets passed off as being a “sports writer”.
Any asshole with an opinion can be a sports writer/analyst. Look at Skip Bayless. There are so many tools out there that write for online sports columns or have mediocre YouTube channels