Watch: Aaron Rodgers reveals his keys to success: ‘Give less f***s’

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is in the middle of yet another unreal season and he’s clearly not letting the outside noise bring him down. 

We’ve seen a new side from Aaron Rodgers over the past couple of years and Green Bay Packers fans are loving every minute of it. The rest of the nation? Well, not so much. Regardless of that, Rodgers doesn’t really give a damn what people think of him.

He made that much clear this week while on The Pat McAfee Show doing his usual spot. Rodgers said he’s embraced who he is and he’s given ‘less f****’ about how people feel about him. Goodness.

Aaron Rodgers had a special message for all of his haters out there

Rodgers has been in the middle of plenty of controversy. His whole COVID saga – where he made it seem like he actually was vaccinated – is still talked about. On top of that, all of the drama last offseason between him and the front office was a clown show.

When the Packers were embarrassed by the New Orleans Saints in Week 1, everyone thought Rodgers’ time as king of the NFC North was about to come to a close. Oh, how wrong his haters were.

Green Bay is 13-3 on the year and they’ve already locked in the No. 1 seed for the NFC. The Packers are the favorites to win the Super Bowl next month, as Rodgers and Davante Adams continue to be downright electric.

On the season, Rodgers has thrown for 3,977 yards, 35 touchdowns and only four interceptions. He’s basically got one hand on the MVP trophy again. With a bye coming in the first round of the playoffs, Rodgers will have to wait until the Divisional Round before he can continue to shut all of his doubters up.

Source: FanSided

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