If you’re a fan of sports, you understand that trash talking is part of the game.
Not only is it going on throughout all competitions, for decades it was glorified by media and fans alike. Entire trash-talking compilations can be found online with hundreds of thousands of views. It’s an art form used by some of the greats to gain an edge.
On Sunday in Chicago, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers officially entered the trash talking Hall of Fame.
After scoring on a six-yard touchdown run, Rodgers looked up to the Chicago Bears crowd and was caught on a hot mic giving Bears fans his thoughts on the state of the 100-year rivalry between the two storied organizations.