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During Aaron Rodgers Tuesday on The Pat McAfee Show, the Green Bay Packers quarterback turned New York Giants head coach Joe Judge into a CLAHN.
When asked about the AFC West Wild Card Spot Championship Game between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Las Vegas Raiders nearly coming down to a tie, Rodgers flipped the script and put Judge in a clown suit.
“You play to win the game … nobody wants to be part of kneeling the s**t out to take a tie,” said Rodgers on The Pat McAfee Show. “You know what would make me lose my mind almost as much as that … goal-line personnel & a QB sneak on 3rd & 9 on the -5.”
Yes, the worst team in football actually went to goal-line personnel deep inside of their own territory to run a quarterback sneak. The fact every Giants fan did not immediately leave their seats and head towards the parking lot is beyond us. At this point, Giants fans have every reason to switch allegiances after this team has become the biggest clown show north of Duval County.
This was the worst play call since Pat McAfee played for the 2015 Indianapolis Colts.
Aaron Rodgers paints Joe Judge in clown makeup on The Pat McAfee Show
After living a world that gave us The Butt Fumble and The Worst Play in NFL history, Third-and-9 will go down as the worst play in Giants history since the Second Miracle at the Meadowlands. But instead of DeSean Jackson or Herm Edwards ruining the Giants in embarrassing fashion, they did it to themselves. It has been six years since Odell Beckham Jr. went on a boat. Now, we have this…
At the end of the year, somehow, someway, the New York Jets are the more well-run organization that calls MetLife Stadium home. They have not been in the playoffs since before we found out Rex Ryan was a toe expert. Mark Sanchez was still The Sanchize and Bart Scott could not wait. Now the Giants are less impressive than the Little Giants without Becky “The Icebox” O’Shea.
Sadly for the G-Men, there is no Junior Floyd entering the 2022 NFL Draft to go quarterback them.