Aaron Rodgers taunted Bears fans after scoring TD: ‘I still own you’

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The Green Bay Packers delivered another defeat to the Chicago Bears, 24-14, on Sunday. Aaron Rodgers found the endzone twice in the air and once with his feet.

After his game-clinching rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter, Rodgers shouted something to Bears fans that was caught on camera. And yes, you heard correctly.

Rodgers was heard screaming “I still own you” into the crowd of Bears fans after his six-yard rushing score.

This comes after a week of Rodgers being extremely nice to the city of Chicago and its fans. He made sure to tell reporters that he loves the city but he would never play for the team.

His words then? “It’s just not going to happen.”

Rodgers has said in the past that Soldier Field is his favorite place to play on the road. He is now 11-3 on the road against the Bears, so it’s fair to assume that has a lot to do with it.

Though he had nice things to say during the week about Chicago and the fans, this won’t sit well with anyone. There’s no way those comments will sit well with the 53 players in the Bears’ locker room and it gives fans just another reason to dislike Rodgers.

The Bears might have lost on Sunday, but they have a chance to repay the favor on the road in December. These two teams will meet again in prime time on Dec. 12 for Sunday Night Football.