Cast your vote: What do you think about comments Packers players are making on and off the field?

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MILWAUKEE — The Green Bay Packers remain unbeaten in the 2015 NFL season — and some of those wearing the green and gold are exhibiting some swagger.

During the game against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, October 4th, Clay Matthews could be heard on the field ┬ábarking at 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick after a loss of yardage play by San Francisco. The FOX Sports microphones picked up Matthews saying, “You ain’t Russell Wilson, bro.”

A couple of weeks ago, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said in a postgame news conference, “I think that God was a Packers fan tonight.” This, after Green Bay beat the Seattle Seahawks at Lambeau Field. Some in the sports world considered that comment a subtle jab at Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson who has often given thanks to God after a game.

Our question to you, what do you think the Green Bay Packers’ comments on and off the field? Cast your vote in our poll.


  • Fred

    It’s called ‘talkin smack’. Think this only happens on the football field? Stop in at any pick-up game of hoops and watch the real show. Go to a hockey game for a real show & tell. I doubt Vince would approve of this behavior from the Pack but times have changed.

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