Aaron Rogers is unfiltered and has no “sorry” regrets, especially when it comes to the long-running feud between the Packers and the Bears.
On Tuesday, the 37-year-old Green Bay quarterback made his usual appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show,” and his “I’m still yours” joke about the Bears ‘fans during the Packers’ 24-14 victory in Chicago on Sunday. , Aiming at “awakened cancellation culture” during the discussion.
“… This culture exists, it diminishes, I think people shrink, keep them small, put them in a box, cancel or calm them down through comments,” Rogers said. “I also exist in different areas outside of that where I feel confident in my speech and I am firm in what I do. I like to speak the truth and I am not part of this awakened cancellation culture that constantly tries to calm people down.”
Rogers had an explosive run on QB Sneak in Soldier Field in the fourth quarter that led to his 22nd win against the Bears on Sunday.
After a six-yard touchdown sprint, Rogers celebrated with colleagues and shouted, “My whole life, I belong to you. I still own you. I still own you. At his postgame press conference on Sunday, Rogers said he was reacting to a fan blowing up on him.
“It’s been a great animosity over the years, but we’ve improved on them for a while now,” said Rogers, who is 22-5 against the Bears in his career. “I don’t think I was saying anything that wasn’t necessarily close to the truth. If you don’t like it, that’s fine – this is your privilege. ”
Rogers explained that his remarks were a “momentary” incident and admitted, “I did not intend to tell the crowd I owned.”
“I think the percentage of wins in his career against him [in Chicago] against him, our teams have definitely done some good things. I know I’ve used ‘I’ a few times, but I think it’s a ‘we’ thing,” he said. , With his colleagues in the “proprietary” comments.
“It was fun, I don’t mind,” he continued.
Rogers defeated the Bears in Week 6 on Sunday – his fifth in a row against Chicago. With two touchdown passes and a rushing score, he went on to score 23 of 23 yards for 195 yards.