VIDEO: Aaron Rodgers Trolls Bears Fans After Week 13 Win

Isaiah De Los Santos
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers trolled Chicago Bears fans after beating his rival in Week 13.
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers trolled Chicago Bears fans after beating his rival in Week 13. / (AP Photo/Kamil Krzaczynski)

Two bitter rivals faced off in Week 13 as the Green Bay Packers traveled to take on the Chicago Bears. Though Aaron Rodgers' status was up in the air heading into the contest, he suited up and helped Green Bay stay in the playoff hunt with a win.

Judging by his postgame reaction, Rodgers certainly was glad to walk out of Chicago with a victory.

As the clock hit triple zeroes, Rodgers looked out at the Soldier Field crowd and saluted. He held his hand in the air for a couple of seconds just to drive home the flex on Bears fans.

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Getting back in the win column has to feel good for Rodgers and company, who broke a three-game losing streak with their victory on Sunday. This also gave Green Bay the season sweep over Chicago, which always means a little more considering how much these fan bases hate each other.

Rodgers gutted it out to play in this game as he nurses thumb and rib injuries. He was solid in the winning effort, throwing for 182 yards and 1 touchdown while the Packers racked up plenty of yardage on the ground.

Green Bay will look to extend its win streak to two games with a victory over the Los Angeles Rams in Week 14.

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