Aaron Rodgers is obsessed with Pittsburgh Dad.
And he’s not ashamed of it. Rodgers gushed about Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, the city of Pittsburgh, and the comedic stylings of its beloved son, Pittsburgh Dad, on his weekly appearance on The Pat McAfee Show.
“Over the years, I’ve met a lot of people from Pittsburgh. I’ve had a great time with all of them. According to Tim Benz of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Rodgers told McAfee, “I have learned to speak the language very well.” “I’ve been able to follow and become a big fan of ‘Pittsburgh Dad’ on Twitter as a result of that.” A hearty’shaht aht!’ Some truly amazing videos. ”
The accent transports Rodgers back to his days as a player under Mike McCarthy (now the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys), a Greenfield native.
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! “Whether you live in Pittsburgh or know someone who lives there, you appreciate the videos because you know people who talk like that.”
“Whether you live in Pittsburgh or know someone who lives there, you appreciate the videos because you know people who talk like that. “I spent the majority of my career trying to figure out what the hell Mike (McCarthy) was saying,” Rodgers said. “Thanks for the’shat aht,’ Aaron Rodgers,” said
Pittsburgh Dad on Twitter. I’d say we’ll leave the light on here in 2022 for you, but that’ll just increase our electric bill. ”
Aaron Rodgers to Steelers
Aaron Rodgers coming to the Pittsburgh Steelers — after his time in Green Bay is up — has been the talk around the water cooler since… well… since people talked around a water cooler. Because the possibility is unlikely to materialize, Pittsburgh Dad would be wise not to ‘leave the light on.’ But this is the NFL.’
Stranger things have occurred in the past. The contract of Ben Roethlisberger in Pittsburgh expires after the 2021 season, and there is no clear heir apparent on the current roster. Rodgers had threatened to retire before the Packers were able to persuade him to return to Green Bay in July. The contract of the All-Pro quarterback will be worth
next year. Rodgers wants out of Green Bay, despite the fact that the team owes him $46 million. 144 million (or 21% of the total population) 4% of the cap, according to OverTheCap. com) have all the ingredients for finding a trade partner in the offseason. Could Rodgers Help the Steelers?
Let’s pretend for a moment that Rodgers’ rumors of a move to Pittsburgh are true. Could he even be of assistance to the Steelers? Roethlisberger is 39 years old, which is double his age in football years, and he has been slowing down for some time. In December, Rodgers will turn 38 years old. Despite his age, he is slightly more agile than Roethlisberger, though not significantly, as evidenced by his sack totals. According to Pro Football Reference, Rodgers has been tackled 473 times compared to 524 for his opponent. Rodgers, like Roethlisberger, has had to play behind some mediocre offensive lines. Pittsburgh’s offensive line will not be able to protect its quarterback any better in 2022 than it did in 2021. With Rodgers at the helm, the vicious run-for-your-life cycle would begin all over again. Could Rodgers succeed in Pittsburgh and lead the Steelers to the Promise Land, something Roethlisberger hasn’t been able to do since the Steelers were defeated in the 2010 Super Bowl by the Rodgers-led Packers? That is a question that will almost certainly never be answered.
This Sunday, Oct., the two legendary quarterbacks will face off for the final time. 3:25 p.m. eastern Clean Bowled News