Aaron Rodgers Not Happy With Comments Made During Moment of Silence for Paris Victims [VIDEO]
Aaron Rodgers had just lost a game against the Detriot Lions, so you can understand why he wasn't too happy. Detriot hadn't won a game in Green Bay since 1991. But it was something else he was directing his anger towards. Sunday around the NFL, a moment of silence was held before each game honoring the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris. During that moment in Green Bay, some fans were less than respectful.
Rodgers with commenting at the end about the moment of silence, fan in stands who said something prejudicial. pic.twitter.com/mZJkKJf0Ii
— Matt Johnson (@MattJ_onNFL) November 15, 2015
On top of that, it was the Salute to Service game in Green Bay honoring veterans. You could tell it really bothered Rodgers who took the time to mention it during his post game press conference. No doubt, alcohol probably played a part in the fan's behavior. But it's no excuse. Honor those whose lives were lost and keep the dumb thoughts in your own head.