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Monday, 16 September 2013

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Aaron recently told Sporting Chance Magzine's Hercules Confetti that he was born with a football in his hand.

GREEN BAY - The Green Bay Packers had no problem beating the Washington Redskins who are now winless in their first two games.

Rodgers had a phenomenal day as he passed for 480 yards and threw 4 touchdown passes as the Packers beat the Redskins 38-20.

Towards the end of the game when Green Bay had the game in the bag Aaron asked Coach Mike McCarthy if he could go in and kick a field goal.

Coach McCarthy shook his head and said no because he did not feel like getting scalped the next time the Pack plays in D.C.

After the game Rodgers told Rufus Reno with Sports Balls Illustrated Daily that hopefully his fantastic performance will stop all of those trade Aaron rumors that he has been reading about.

Meanwhile on the other side of the field Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, does not appear to be clicking on all cylinders.

An unnamed source said that RG3 received a phone call from President Obama after the game and the president remarked, "Hey Bobby, lissen up bro, what da hell seems ta be da problem huh?"

The source said that RG3 simply shrugged his shoulders and did not make a verbal comment.

"Hey Bobby, I know you can hear me little fella. I suggest you best answer me because I can have the IRS go through your tax returns with a fine tooth comb."

Griffin still did not respond.

"BOBBY!" The president angrily yelled out.


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