Aaron Rodgers Ended Up Having A Terrible Game After Doing The Hingle McCringleberry Dance Vs Bucs
Things went downhill fast for Aaron Rodgers after his epic touchdown celebration on Sunday afternoon.
In the first quarter of the Packers-Bucs game, Rodgers busted out key & Peele’s Hingle McCringleberry dance on a touchdown run that didn’t count after the play was called down on the 1-yard line.
— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) October 18, 2020
After the McGringleberry dance Rodgers had himself a rough game that included two interceptions before the end of the first half.
PICK 6! Jamel Dean takes it to the house! #GoBucs
— NFL (@NFL) October 18, 2020
The Bucs went on a 38-0 run against the Packers after Rodgers’ celebration and the Internet mocked him for it.
The #Packers have been outscored 38-0 since Rodgers shook his dick around like an absolute fucking clown.
The #Bucs are destroying this team.
— Andrew (@AndrewP8186) October 18, 2020
Aaron Rodgers pre-Hingle McCringleberry: 8/12 for 117 yards, Packers lead 10-0.
Rodgers post-Hingle McCringleberry: 8/23 for 43 yards, two picks, four sacks, Bucs lead 38-10.
— Eric Meyer (@QuagMeyer67) October 19, 2020
Let's not forget that Rodgers busted out the Hingle McCringleberry (didn't score the TD), and got shut out the rest of the way. Cocky MFer got punched in the mouth 😆
— Jarred Smith (@MrSmith8201) October 19, 2020
It's been all down hill for Rodgers since the Hingle McCringleberry celebration
— #RingerNFL (@ringernfl) October 18, 2020
Rodgers really did the hingle Mccringleberry then got 38 dropped on his head and shut out
— Brayden Hee (@BraydenHee) October 19, 2020
After the Hingle McCringleberry celebration, Aaron Rodgers with 2 INTs in his last 3 passes 😳 pic.twitter.com/MZF4aDY6HG
— FanDuel Sportsbook (@FDSportsbook) October 18, 2020
Rodgers has thrown 2 interceptions, including a pick six after this. https://t.co/dT0mJ3Qcd4
— 𝓚𝓲𝓷𝓰𝓓𝓪𝓷𝓰𝓮𝓻𝓾𝓼𝓼 🎃 (@kingdangeruss) October 18, 2020
rodgers did the mccringleberry and immediately threw two INTs. lance moore would never
— John Sigler (@john_siglerr) October 18, 2020