Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers may own the Bears, but on Saturday night, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo reminded him who owns the NFC's top-seeded Packers — now out of the playoffs after a 13-10 loss to the sixth-seeded Niners.
Garoppolo was sacked four times and kept on edge by the Packers' D-line all game.
The QB's adrenaline surged past the 60 minutes of action after he found kicker Robbie Gould to deliver a profanity-laced message to him and audiences in Green Bay.
The veteran wasn't spectacular against the Packers' elite defense — completing 11-of-19 passes for 131 yards and an interception — but his resiliency kept the Niners in play and ultimately set up Gould for the 45-yard, game-winning field goal.
He displayed the intangibles of an NFL QB by uplifting his team in the post-game message while berating the competition after the satisfying win.
"You're a f---ing legend man," Garoppolo told Gould, adding another message in the mix, "F--- the Packers!"
Check out Armando Salguero's latest column on where Packers legend Aaron Rodgers may be headed now that he's at the end of the road with Green Bay.
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