CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – OCTOBER 17: Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers passes under pressure from Mario Edwards #97 and Robert Quinn #94 of the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on October 17, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. The Packers defeated the Bears 24-14. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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When the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears met earlier this year, quarterback Aaron Rodgers declared on the national stage that he “owned” them. Let’s just say that the Bears were waiting for Week 14, the final time they met in the 2021 season to get some semblance of revenge.
In the first quarter, Rodgers was sacked by Bears linebacker Robert Quinn, who decided to taunt the quarterback with his own “discount double check” celebration.
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Flexing the championship belt.
Rodgers rubbed salt in the wound back in Week 6 when he scored a rushing touchdown. Immediately after breaking the plane, the Packers signal caller looked at the fans seated in the lower bowl of Soldier Field and said that he “owned” them and the team. After the 24-14 win, that brought Rodgers’ career record against Chicago to 21-5.
Regardless of the end result of this game, Quinn gave Rodgers a taste of his own medicine by doing the “discount double check” taunt in his face.