Aaron Rodgers hilariously shades Travis Kelce over appearing in vaccine adds



by DZEVAD MESIC

Aaron Rodgers hilariously shades Travis Kelce over appearing in vaccine adds
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Aaron Rodgers hilariously shaded Travis Kelce when reflecting on the New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs game, calling the Chiefs star tight end "Mr. Pfizer." On Sunday Night Football, the Jets were able to prevent Kelce from going off but the Chiefs still escaped with a narrow 23-20 win.

Recently, Kelce appeared in Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine ads. Rodgers, who faced backlash when he misled the media about his vaccine status two years ago, reacted in quite a way to Kelce hauling in just six passes for 60 receiving yards and no touchdowns. “Mr.

Pfizer, we kinda shut him down a little bit. He didn’t have his crazy impact game, obviously, he didn’t have his yards and stuff," Rodgers said on The Pat McAfee Show, via The New York Post.

Rodgers on meeting Kelce

For the first time since suffering a major Achilles injury, Rodgers made an appearance at a Jets game.

Before the Jets and Chiefs game, Rodgers met with Kelce briefly on the field. When asked to reveal the details about their conversation, Rodgers refused to do so. “I think some things need to be left on the field. It’s a better story, probably, left up to the imagination.

I saw some different things on speculation about what we were talking about. But I’ve known him for a long time, it was just a quick chat," Rodgers said. Meanwhile, Rodgers also praised Zach Wilson's performance against the Chiefs.

Although the Jets lost again, Wilson showed major signs of improvement as he went 28-of-39 for 245 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. "I don’t need to pull him aside and tell him anything special. There wasn’t some pep talk that I gave him that made him play better.

I felt like the plan was a good plan, he got into a rhythm there in the second quarter and made a bunch of really great throws," Rodgers said of Wilson's performance against the Chiefs.

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