Josh Allen Calls Out Aaron Rodgers For Cheating At Golf

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During a recent appearance on the Pardon My Take podcast, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen called out Aaron Rodgers for apparently cheating at a golf tournament that the pair played in earlier this year.

According to Allen, Rodgers played with a handicap of 10 at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am instead of his normal handicap, which is 3, according to a report from Golf Digest.

“He did,” Allen said after he was asked if Rodgers cheated at the February tournament during a recent interview on Pardon My Take. “I love Aaron, but he did.”

“He may have gotten seven or eight strokes too many at Pebble Beach, or nine,” Allen said with a chuckle. “That’s from what other sources are saying, I’m not saying that.”

Rodgers and Allen will have plenty of chances to face off this season as Rodgers now finds himself in the AFC East with the Jets. In fact, the two teams will be kicking off their 2023 season with a Monday Night Football matchup against each other on September 11. At this time, the Bills are favored by 1 point in that game.

The two teams will then face off again on Sunday, November 19. If they both live up to the expectations that have been placed upon them, there’s a chance the two teams could meet in the playoffs, too. Although, that’s obviously far from guaranteed as the Jets haven’t made the playoffs since 2010, which is the longest drought in the National Football League.

Both Allen’s Bills and Rodgers’ Jets are expected to contend for a Super Bowl this season, as both teams find themselves in the top seven when it comes to Super Bowl betting odds, which are as follows: the Kanas City Chiefs are the favorites, followed by the Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers, Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas Cowboys, and New York Jets.

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