Broncos fans ready for relief over Aaron Rodgers decision
When it comes to athlete and journalist interviews, there’s an inclination for just one more skosh.
Obviously, it depends on the relationship for the type of interview, therefore the information, which is presented to the public.
There are also times when he goes to the TMI platform.
One such moment came earlier this week on the Pat McAffee Show. For those who haven’t watched, it has turned into one of the best talk shows on the World Wide Web. But on Tuesday, the former NFL punter did the usual Aaron Rodgers on Tuesday.
Most people listening, especially Denver Broncos fans, thought they could get the decision, ala LeBron James, but it didn’t happen. Instead, we had a discussion about cleansers and sacred oils for assholes.
No doubt this could turn into a great parody of SNL at some point, but as far as athlete and journalist interviews go, it wasn’t the one I had on my bingo card.
Fortunately, it was later reported that Rodgers would make his decision sometime next week. At this point, Broncos Country and the football world are ready for relief.
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