The November 6, 2021 edition of Saturday Night Live had a wonderfully relatable sketch that did not take a political stance or insult middle Americans. They punched Spectrum Cable in the face with a wickedly funny sendup of the difficulty of trying to cancel cable. Enjoy. 📞🙄 BONUS SKETCH Here's the cold open for SNL that features a vaccine-resistant Aaron Rodgers and a brand new character playing Donald Trump. In previous years, Trump was played by actor Alec Baldwin, who is now spiraling in dismay after shooting and killing a co-worker on the set of his film RUST. A prop gun handed to Baldwin contained at least one live round, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers appeared on late night Sportscenter with his longtime friend Kenny Mayne. It was mostly a chance for Rodgers to celebrate Mayne's quirky legacy on his final ESPN broadcast. The NFL MVP gushed over Mayne's clever swerves from traditional sports broadcasting to add a dimension of snark and cynicism to ESPN's signature show. Rodgers fielded tough questions about his sartorial choices at the Kentucky Derby and his upcoming wedding. Oh, and that little matter about whether Aaron Rodgers will show up for work in Green Bay finally popped up at 7:23 into the interview. Aaron is keeping it coy but it sounds as though he wants to play elsewhere. The problems for Rodgers are (1) he has a
Brett Favre is asking to get sacked by the hyper-sensitive left "woke" crowd that encourages political grandstanding in every public sphere. Favre dares to disagree with twitter bullies who refuse to tolerate opposing opinions, saying "I think both sides, for the most part, want to see it just remain about the sport, not about politics." Both sides? Not the liberal side! They're WOKE! Cue the outrage machine (even before listening to his comments in full context)! The 20 year pro football veteran and NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Favre refuses to accept woke sports and feels most fans agree with him. Favre to interviewer Andrew Klavan: “Something’s got to unite us. And the games or sport in the poast has been some kind of
Green Bay Packers fans were stunned when the team used its first round 2020 NFL draft pick on Utah State quarterback Jordan Love. Wait...what? The team with Aaron Rodgers, the greatest quarterback in Green Bay's glorious history, opts not to draft an excellent receiver to complement its superstar leader? Yeppers. Packers management decided to prepare for the eventual exit of 37-year-old Rodgers, mindful of age, money, and forward momentum. So Jordan Love is now on the sideline witnessing Rodgers in perhaps his greatest season ever. On Sunday Night Football last night, Rodgers was touted by announcers Al Michaels and Chris Collinsworth as the leading MVP candidate again. So what's up with Aaron? Seeing the Packers use their primary draft pick for a young quarterback
Coach LaFleur gave @AaronRodgers12 the game ball after he posted a perfect passer rating & 6 total TDs in the win over the Raiders! #OAKvsGB | #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/1PHimqOrUU— Green Bay Packers (@packers) October 20, 2019 The Green Bay Packers are thundering through this season with first year head coach Matt Lafleur. Aaron Rodgers has been magnificent, soaring on a trajectory even beyond his Super Bowl victory season a few years ago. “It is incredible, absolutely incredible, what he did today.”@AaronRodgers12 had 6 total TDs & posted the franchise’s first perfect passer rating of 158.3 vs. the Raiders 📰 https://t.co/g5bCKQD0I1— Green Bay Packers (@packers) October 21, 2019 #GoPackGo
The Dallas Cowboys were once known as America's team but their 1990s success has settled into consistently average performances. TV ratings get a bump whenever the Cowboys or Packers are featured, and both teams have great support on road games. So what happened this season when the two powerhouse franchises met? You already know that the Cowboys just lost again to the Green Bay Packers, the REAL America's team. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers' record is 7-2 versus the Dallas Cowboys, including multiple wins in Dallas. Add in another Aaron (Jones) and the Cowboys are helpless against the Double A Train. Early season fears that Rodgers was not seeing eye-to-eye with first year Packers coach Matt LaFleur have been put to rest. Rodgers clearly
Packers practices are underway. This week features a pair of practices with the Houston Texans visiting Wisconsin. Former Kentucky Wildcat Lonnie Johnson Jr. was ejected by his Texans coach for taking an unwarranted shot at Packers tight end Jace Sternberger. Johnson apparently ignored the no-hitting rule by jacking Sternberger after he caught a pass. Johnson then taunted Sternberger as he lay on the field. Packers players were not pleased. Johnson later tweeted that he's "not trying to hurt nobody." Johnson's UK degree was not in English. Not trying to hurt nobody just wanna be great 🙏🏾‼️ https://t.co/tv734EE9TH— Lonnie Johnson jr. (@Lonnie30johnson) August 5, 2019 Former Green Bay fullback John Kuhn (30) now analyzes team play for the Packers network. Here's Kuuuuuuuuuuuuuhn's
Chance the Rapper gave a beautiful performance in honoring Muhammad Ali at the ESPY awards. That was terrific. But the greatest of all time component of this post involves the Green Bay Packers tandem of Rodgers-to-Rodgers. Aaron and Richard, both Rodgers, won the ESPY for Play of the Year for their incredible Hail Mary pass and catch after the play clock expired The Packers stunned the Detroit Lions. Sweet.
Terry & Kristen illustrate a gracious greeting between NFL rivals. "Hello, friend. I hope my team scores more points than yours." "Oh, I'm certain that my team will prevail." "Bye bye now, friend!" Meanwhile, Chicago Bears fans don't mind desecrating the name of their only coach who led the team to a Super Bowl victory. Mike Ditka is no doubt delighted that his family honor is equated with a fat man's small penis.