Four-time MVP Aaron Rodgers is the face of some of the best memes circulating on the internet. While he can be considered a controversial figure, there’s no denying that he is one of the best quarterbacks the NFL has ever seen. Keep scrolling to see the best Aaron Rodgers memes from his career so far.
Before the 2022 season had a chance to start, Rodgers had already aired his grievances about this season’s wide receivers. Luckily, according to interviews, the team seems to be taking it as well-intended advice. David Bakhtiari playfully replied to a long, cryptic social media post from Rodgers with a gif saying, “Ah shit, here we go again.”
This trending meme has been shared thousands of times on social media, all with different captions. Rodgers found them so funny that he shared his favorites on his Instagram story, @AaronRodgers12.
After being accused of having “covid toe,” Rodgers took his foot out during an interview to prove that it was fractured. Needless to say, the memes followed.
This isn’t a traditional Aaron Rodgers meme, but who can resist a Tupac reference? No Green Bay Packers fan can forget when Rodgers threw a 61-yard hail mary to win the NFC game against the Lions in 2015.
In 2013, Shea McClellin (Bears) sacked Rodgers and fractured his collarbone. Four years later, Anthony Barr (Vikings) caused the same injury. Without a doubt, Rodgers healed and still plays better than ever.
After a rocky off-season, draft day 2022 did the Packers’ quarterback no favors. Instead of beefing up their offense, they decided to bring on Jordan Love as Rodgers’ backup.
The Packers’ offense still needs help, but luckily, Aaron Jones recently signed a 4-year contract extension.
If you’re not with the Packers, you’re against them. #gopackgo
Rodgers has changed his look quite a few times during his career. Fans compare him to Ron Swanson, Ned Flanders, and Nick Cage in Con Air.
In 2017, Anthony Barr rushed the Packers’ quarterback just as he had released the ball. Rodgers fell shoulder-first and broke his collarbone. There was controversy over the event, including previous and post arguments and hand gestures. However, in the end, Barr’s takedown was not illegal, and the NFL did not fine him.
When a lousy game won’t end quickly enough….
In 2019, Myles Garrett hit Mason Rudolph on the head with his own helmet. The reasoning behind it isn’t exactly clear, and everyone has their own version. If you’re interested, you can learn more about that drama here.
Despite the injuries Rodgers has sustained, he does make being a QB look easy.
He’s well-known for his touchdown celebration— he puts on his imaginary WWE belt and “pumps.” After the Seahawks’ Jamal Adams mimicked the celebration to celebrate an interception, the Seahawks lost the game 17-0. Rodgers explained that “there hasn’t been a lot of positive things that have come from guys doing it over the years.”
In his 17 seasons with the NFL, Rodgers has played in eight Pro Bowls. He has thrown 449 touchdowns and 55,360 yards.
Rodgers endorses State Farm alongside Kansas City QB Patrick Mahomes. However, the insurance company can’t offer him much protection on the field.
It is a toss-up between which quarterback is the GOAT. However, Tom Brady has the perk of having a loaded offense and great defense. Aaron Rodgers can carry the Packers to victory with little help.
There was a bit of confusion about whether or not Rodgers received the vaccination against Covid-19. In the end, it came out that Rodgers used non-traditional methods of “immunization.”
And then Rodger’s received the nickname “Throw Rogan.”
Rodgers played in and won Super Bowl XLV against the Steelers. While fans would love to see him playing in a Super Bowl again, he’s only had the chance to attend as a spectator for the past 11 years.
Everyone has seen the popular Karen memes- a woman with a pixie haircut, usually complaining or asking to speak to the manager. Because you often hear him publicly complaining about team decisions and coaching methods, some people compare Rodgers to these entitled women.
They called off the engagement after only two months. Luckily, judging by social media posts, it seems like the decision was amicable.
There is some suspicion regarding the Packers and the referees. The refs seldom call the offense for holding. The Bleacher Report wonders if the lack of these calls propelled the Packers into the 2011 playoffs and, eventually, the Super Bowl.