Aaron Rodgers implies jumbotron at Raymond James Stadium gave Packers an advantage
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers were able to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers away from home 14-12 on Sunday. Rodgers hinted that there was “something” on the jumbotron that gave his team an advantage.
Rodgers apparently passed on some information to head coach Matt LaFleur in the fourth quarter after Tom Brady took a five-yard penalty for a delay of game. His answer when asked about it was interesting, to say the least.
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“They showed it on the previous play too, it was a delay on both plays. Sometimes you see things in the game, sometimes the jumbotron shows things they probably shouldn’t show even at home. I saw something and just passed on the information.”
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After the game, Aaron Rodgers implied that he saw something on the Buccaneers Jumbotron that might have given the Packers an edge pic.twitter.com/f2uCVyOqf9
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Only Rodgers will know what it is that he saw. At the end of the day, LaFleur’s defense was able to stop the Buccaneers’ 2-point conversion attempt when it mattered.
The Packers are now 2-1 after the win.