Aaron Rodgers yelled “I still own you!” at Bears fans after game-sealing TD in Chicago

USA Today

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers played what might have been his final game in Chicago today. And he enjoyed jawing with Bears fans for the last time.

After Rodgers ran for a game-sealing touchdown in the final minutes of the Packers’ 24-14 win, he gestured to the crowd and yelled, “I still own you!” at Bears fans.

Rodgers said after the game, “I love playing at Soldier Field.” He also said he was motivated by a woman in the stands flipping the bird at him.

It’s easy to see why Rodgers loves Soldier Field; the Packers are 11-3 in games Rodgers started in Chicago.

With Rodgers widely expected to be moving on from Green Bay after this season, he may not face the Bears in Chicago again. If this was his last game at Soldier Field, he was glad to score one last touchdown, and get one last word for Bears fans.

105 responses to “Aaron Rodgers yelled “I still own you!” at Bears fans after game-sealing TD in Chicago

  1. Bush move but still very true. Can’t we mail in the final score of the 12/12/21 2nd Packer Bears game? I assume Rogers will still be healthy and the Pack will have already tied-up their NFC North win.

  2. She might have to have started it. She yelled “ you can throw a ball but not host a game show”.

  3. The amount of no call holding plays the Packers get away with is what STILL owns any opponent of the Packers. Particularly on that play, congrats Rodgers you still teams with the help of the refs!

  4. being an arrogant bully is all fun and games until you get embarrassed by the Rams or Bucs in the divisional round

  5. Sorry last I checked Montana Brady Manning Brees the all time Greats never acted like that

  6. What’s more impressive is how many times the Packers have swept Chicago over the last 20 years….

  7. Rodgers is a great QB. He’s also in love with everything about himself. I can only imagine how many mirrors he must have in his home.

  8. mookie34 says:
    October 17, 2021 at 5:47 pm
    Lucky he yelled it and didn’t email it.

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    You just blew my mind by how right you are.

  9. Imagine all the teams who have beat him in the NFCCG yelling that to him!

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    One team hasn’t been the Bears

  10. I wish the Packers would have cheated like the Patriots did. Talent for talent, arm for arm, Rodgers is ten times the QB Brady is.

  11. kickscreamnap says:
    October 17, 2021 at 5:37 pm
    pfft and you guys thought he was gonna leave us

    Notice that he didn’t say “We own you” like a team player would.

    He said “I still own you.” Not we. I.

  12. NFLrefslovemoldystinkycheese says:
    October 17, 2021 at 5:44 pm
    The amount of no call holding plays the Packers get away with is what STILL owns any opponent of the Packers. Particularly on that play, congrats Rodgers you still teams with the help of the refs!
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    You sound like a Rhode Island Pats fan. Excuses are like….. Well, you know…

  13. He’s right. Classless but right. And everyone in the Bears organization from Virginia McCaskey on down knows it too.

  14. Meanwhile, let’s congratulate Coach Nagy for the offense scoring TWO TOUCHDOWNS again in this game
    What a transformation happened now that Trubisky is gone. The improvement is obvious.
    Nagy needed a quarterback who could execute his offense and now he is obviously coming much closer to it than ever before.
    The problem was never Nagy. How could anyone expect him to innovate with Trubisky as the quarterback?
    Now that we are getting closer and closer to a quarterback who understands his system,
    it’s really obvious that the last four years was mainly Trubisky’s fault.
    Soon the Bears will be scoring more than 14 points a game. Real soon. Like in the next couple of games.

  15. “Sorry last I checked Montana Brady Manning Brees the all time Greats never acted like that”. Lame. Brady talks trash all the time. Hell he did in the Superbowl with the Honey Badger

  16. I guess MDS missed when Aaron said after the game: “I don’t think this is my last one.”

    Said that after being asked about playing in this rivalry between the Packers and Bears.

  17. It was amazing the entire d-line must have stepped on banana peels and the o-line must have accidently tripped on them.
    Amazing the double standards the refs have for little erin and they dont care who sees it.

  18. minneanderthals says:
    October 17, 2021 at 5:57 pm
    I wish the Packers would have cheated like the Patriots did. Talent for talent, arm for arm, Rodgers is ten times the QB Brady is.

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    LOL, you should pick another fight.

    Through 6 games at age 44 Brady has thrown for 2,064 yds with 17 TDS and 3 INTs

  19. Everyone should find this language offensive because it means he’s the master and the Bear fans are the slave. It’s completely racist language. The media should be ashamed of promoting this kind of language. I own you.

  20. With Rodgers widely expected to be moving on from Green Bay after this season, he may not face the Bears in Chicago again.

    My god would you give it a rest, he’s NOT going anywhere but a PACKER FOR LIFE! &…….. yes Chicago & PFT, he still owns YOU!

  21. insidersinsider1 says:
    October 17, 2021 at 6:10 pm
    Meanwhile, let’s congratulate Coach Nagy for the offense scoring TWO TOUCHDOWNS again in this game
    What a transformation happened now that Trubisky is gone. The improvement is obvious.
    Nagy needed a quarterback who could execute his offense and now he is obviously coming much closer to it than ever before.
    The problem was never Nagy. How could anyone expect him to innovate with Trubisky as the quarterback?
    Now that we are getting closer and closer to a quarterback who understands his system,
    it’s really obvious that the last four years was mainly Trubisky’s fault.
    Soon the Bears will be scoring more than 14 points a game. Real soon. Like in the next couple of games.

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    If you take away the very bad, momentum killing bogus call on Herbert’s TD. Technically they scored 3 TD’s today. Fields looked a little off today, but either way you chop it up the Packers still own the Bears….He’s not lying.

  22. Come on MDS, it’s a little early to play the farewell tour card. Even if he leaves I’m sure he’ll find a way to get at least 5 more wins vs the Bears.

  23. If he says nothing he’s cold and aloof, not a leader, and doesn’t care. If he does get fired up, see most of the comments above.

  24. Shinnbone says:
    October 17, 2021 at 6:32 pm
    Green Bay Packers 5 wins 1 loss, but they were dead and buried by Florio after week one.
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    Packers have some losses coming. Packers might beat WFT, should be a good game. Arizona will beat the Packers come week 8. After the Packers have a shootout coming w/ the Chiefs that will likely come down to whomever holds the ball last.

  25. PFTSelectiveCensorship says:
    October 17, 2021 at 6:06 pm
    Chins up Chicago, you still have the “Sky”
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    Chicago is also an awesome city with more than juat an AppleBees

  26. to everyone saying “oh it’s a racist term,” no- it’s not. it’s from video games when you beat your opponent so bad you “own” them until they prove otherwise.

    pwnz. ownz. owns. etc. can we knock off this trolling narrative already? we already know rodgers loves gaming, and good lord i’d hate to face him in halo.

  27. Answer: Matt LaFleur

    Question: The Purples use to love to update Aaron Rodgers win-loss record in the last so many games. Why did they stop 24 months ago?

  28. Boy I hear a lot of complaining about the refs being in the Packers favor AGAIN but I don’t hear any complaints about the interception that was taken away from Amos when he clearly had the ball and a touchdown taken off of the board with a completely nonsensical OPI call. You people need to open your eyes.

  29. You think Brady has never said those exact words to the likes of the Jets Bills and Dolphins which he owned for 20 years? You’re nuts.

  30. patsfan4lifedynasty says:
    October 17, 2021 at 5:49 pm
    Brady still owns Rodgers
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    Luck owns skill.

  31. TAUNTING! 15-yard penalty! You’re on notice Number #12!

    Like Aaron Rodgers cares. He could be retired for 20 years and still be better than any QB da Bears have had since Jim McMahon walked out of the buildiing for the last time. A 22-5 record says Rodgers is merely stating facts.

    Sorry, not sorry if y’all Bears fans can’t handle the truth. He’s already shown up my Niners after they had two chances at signing him and blew both of them, so I feel your pain.

  32. As a Packer fan and maybe even Bears fans can agree it’s good for the rivalry. Its gotten too mundane and has even become too friendly in my opinion. This may have set the stage for some epic battles between Jordan Love and Justin Fields the next 10-15 years.

  33. LOL .. all the crap about him being classless. Longest rivalry in NFL, division foe, more GB starters hurt than are playing and he’s winning another Bears/Packer game. It is what it is and he does care about winning and he certainly owns the Bears. Wouldn’t have it any other way!

  34. I guess he could have yelled something stupid like “You like that!?” but I don’t think Bears fans did, or maybe he should have gone over and started a shoving match with his coach. Maybe next time!

  35. Rodgers played right into this woman’s hands…as a professional,he should be better than that. IGNORE any fans being jerks.

  36. interesting that some find his comment “classless”. yet what about the Bears fan who gave him the double middle finger? is that somehow ‘classy’ because it came from a woman? 22-5 career (to date). y’all funny.

  37. He may end up regretting that bit of arrogance.
    >>>>><<<<<<
    Why is the husband of the she-fan that flipped him the double-bird, gonna go Richard Sherman at ARod's house?

  38. So no taunting on the field with guys trying to decimate you so you can set a good example for the fans. But when you taunt the fans DIRECTLY then he’s lauded as a fierce competitor…..this game makes no sense to me anymore

  39. And THAT is what makes this rivalry the best in all of sports.

    Aaron even busted out his “strapping on the belt” move after his TD sprint past the hapless Bears defenders. He won’t do that for just any old demoralized fan base. You can tell how much he loves and appreciates embarrassing Bear fans year after year.

  40. In all likelihood, it was the last game Aaron Rodgers will ever play in Soldier Field. Still, it was not very much “like a good neighbor” and I’m not sure why any Chicago Bears fan would ever buy any product or service that these guy endorses.

  41. Someone get rid of her season’s ticket. Flipping the bird to a future HOF QB, by all that is holy, hope someone doesn’t hunt her down.
    This is a game, nothing more. Fans love to be rewarded by the pros by acknowledging them. This is entertainment. No one committed any foul…… or is that fowl????

  42. If he had torn off his helmet, thrown it across the field and then made tough-guy faces for the camera, that wouldn’t have been very classy.

  43. He said it in a much more colorful way, but I understand keeping the website “clean.”

  44. directdriver says:
    October 17, 2021 at 10:58 pm

    Even as a Bears fan, it’s hilarious. It’s no longer a rivalry. It’s a beat down.

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    If you were a Bears or packers fan you would know it’s never beat down and always a good game. The only beat down years were when Trestman was coach and Rodgers threw six TD passes in the first half. Other than that it’s always a close and competitive game.

  45. So is the no taunting penalty because it was towards fans or because he is one of the NFL and media darlings? And yes, as a Bears fan all I can say is “Yes Aaron, I guess you do”.

  46. Rodgers loves this rivalry more than any other because he knows how intense it has been for a century. The Vikings thing just doesn’t compare. No other victory is as sweet as beating the Bears. The Bears and their fans feel the same way. It’s great. Rodgers didn’t make any obscene gesture or use any foul language toward the stands. Imagine what is hurled down from those fans as well as the normal trash talk that happens on the field that the microphones don’t pick up. This was all good stuff.

  47. Someone wrote:”if you take away the very bad, momentum killing bogus call on Herbert’s TD. Technically they scored 3 TD’s today”
    YES! If it were not for the refs, the Bears would had six TDs!
    The amazing Nagy quarterback coaching would win always if t were not for Trubisky and the refs!
    Trubisky poisoned the offense’s mind. Now they think they can’t make more than 2 TDs without him.
    Look mind hypnosis by Trubisky!
    “Removing Mitch Trubisky, the Bears have now had an NFL season worth of starts by other QBs over the Nagy tenure, they have yet to win a game where their opponent has scored 20 or more points. 0-9.”
    It’s Trubisky’s plan with Rodgers. They get the referees on their side.

  48. You don’t hear Brady say owning the NFL, no matter the boos.
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    If you’ve never heard Brady talking smack you haven’t been paying attention….

  49. thew assine assumption that Aaron might have played his last game in Chicago is in a word “idiotic”.

  50. More posts about the Rogers comments than about the game. the Bears appeared to be 3 scores behind even when they had a 7 point lead. If they get a wild card the Nagy/Pace pain will continue.

  51. Remember when Randy Moss got fined for taunting the fans?

    Will the NFL even consider this for a taunting fine?

    I think we all know the answer.

  52. All I know is that the McKaskey’s should be impressed at what Pace and Nagy have produced in the last 4 years.

  53. It was all in fun , I saw the pictures of multiple fans flipping him off , get over it .

  54. hogs says:
    October 18, 2021 at 9:14 pm
    Brady still owns Rodgers… and everyone else.
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    Luck owns skill. Luck owns everything. That’s why they call it luck.

  55. The thing is .. if Aaron owns the Bears, he inherited them from Brett. Brett owned the Bears for a long stretch before Aaron.

  56. The thing about Rodgers is that it always seems to be “I.” Perhaps if he said “we” a little more people wouldn’t find him so insufferable?

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