There's been a lot of uncomfortable chatter this offseason about Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers potentially becoming a Chicago Bear next offseason. It's been sparked mostly by the Packers' decision to draft Jordan Love in the first round of 2020 draft. A Rodgers/Packers divorce seems inevitable, and it could come as soon as 2021.
Rodgers is an infamous Bears beater. He's been a thorn in the side of Chicago football fans since he took over as the Packers' starter in 2008. He has an 18-5 record against the Bears and has thrown 47 touchdowns to just 10 interceptions in those starts. Truly remarkable.
Rodgers' dominance of the Bears has created a lot of animosity towards him as a player. Bears fans don't like him. They hate him (in the football fandom sense). But that doesn't mean they can't fall in love with him if he donned Chicago's classic threads next season.
What would Rodgers look like in the Bears' navy and orange? Here's your answer, thanks to an awesome jersey swap on Twitter:
Favre said it and I agree with it. I would love to see Aaron Rodgers on the Bears pic.twitter.com/veDNLjaUAF— Chicago Bears NYC (@BearDownNYC) August 14, 2020
Bears fans could get used to that.