The Niners did something over the weekend that no one, including myself, thought was plausible in the NFL Divisional Round. San Francisco traveled to the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field and knocked off the top-seeded Green Bay Packers. The question that is weighing heavy on everyone’s mind is this: How does this stack up in terms of career losses for Aaron Rodgers?
Some are positing that this was, in fact, the worst loss of his career. In the video clip below, Stephen A. Smith reacts to the Green Bay Packers’ loss to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Divisional round.
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Personally, I’m super excited and super relieved Aaron Rodgers is done for the season. His lack of leadership and propensity to spew and spread falsehoods about masks, vaccines, and COVID-19 in general are dangerous. San Francisco really did the NFL, and the country, a great service by removing this idiot from the spotlight and drastically downsizing his access to media and press coverage. He, and anyone like him, is a clear and present danger to public safety and our democracy.