Aaron Rodgers was very gracious to the Cleveland Browns for all of their hard work.
The Cleveland Browns did a lot of heavy lifting for the Green Bay Packers on New Year’s Day. The Packers, who are still contending for the playoffs, needed some help to make their situation less of a possibility and more of a reality. That’s where the Browns enter the equation.
The Packers needed to beat the Vikings to stay in the race, and needed a Washington Commanders loss to put their destiny in their own hands. Well, mostly their own hands. The Packers and Lions are going to class in a game that could easily see the winner get into the playoffs.
That is if Seattle loses. If the Seattle Seahawks win, the Packers and Lions are out, due to how the tiebreakers work out. So the Packers still have a shot and that’s in part due to the Browns trouncing the Commanders this past Sunday.
Aaron Rodgers is grateful for the Cleveland Browns
It’s beyond odd to hear Aaron Rodgers tell Pat McAfee “Go Browns” during his latest stopover on the Pat McAfee show. It’s even more bizarre to hear him give thanks to the team after he and the Packers handled their business against the Minnesota Vikings. A game many expected the Vikings to win.
In my time watching the Browns, which goes back some time, I’ve never heard an opposing player utter a “Go Browns” before. Not without “away” in the middle of it. So it’s beyond surreal. Then, to cap it off, Myles Garrett responded to all of this.
As if the season could not get any more bizarre. I don’t know if Garrett edited the video himself or found it online, but if he did edit it himself, then that makes the Full House portion of it all the more hilarious and odd.
This is one of the more nonsense things I’ve seen this year.
Good news for the Browns’ faithful, we get to help control the destiny of the playoffs even more. If the Browns can defeat the Steelers, we’ll get the black and gold out of the playoffs. If the Browns can’t play in the playoffs, they might as well decide who gets invited.