Aaron Rodgers trolls Jeopardy! contestants for missing Packers question

Aaron Rodgers trolls Jeopardy! contestants for missing Packers question

A hilarious clip has surfaced of Aaron Rodgers trolling Jeopardy! contestants for not knowing an easy Packers question on the show. 

Aaron Rodgers hosting Jeopardy! really is the gift that keeps on giving. Several hilarious clips have made their way to social media of the future Hall-of-Fame signal-caller on the show, and we’ve got one more for you that’s sure to bring a smile to your face.

That’s because in an episode, the three contestants were asked a simple question that most NFL fans would be able to get in a second. Yet, all three of them whiffed and Rodgers was surely disappointed.

Aaron Rodgers trolling Jeopardy! contestants for not knowing a Packers answer is complete gold

This is nothing short of perfect. You could hear Rodgers’ disgust in neither of the three knowing the answer to his question was the Green Bay Packers. To make things worse for him, a contestant didn’t waste anytime with his Boston Celtics answer on the following question. Rodgers had no choice but to troll all three over this.

Believe us when we say you’re not the only one laughing at the clip. Rodgers has been a natural fit for Jeopardy! and NFL fans have really enjoyed seeing him in the position. This will be short lived, though, as Rodgers has to get back to his seasonal job in Green Bay soon.

After losing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 2020 NFC Championship Game, the quarterback is chomping at the bit to get back on the field and try and get to the Super Bowl next winter. Rodgers will enter the new campaign as the reigning NFL MVP. What will he have in store for next season? Packers fans out there can’t wait to find out.

Source: FanSided

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