“I’ve owned you all my f**king life!” Rodgers shouted. “I own you. I still own you.”
And Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Brady humorously congratulated Rodgers on his new ownership role, after he improved his all-time record against the Bears to 22-5.
“I saw a clip of him really enthusiastically telling the crowd how happy he is to own Soldier Field. And that’s really great stuff. He owns the (Milwaukee Bucks) now. Part owner of Soldier Field. So he’s got a great career beyond football.”
When asked about the celebration in the press conference after the win, Rodgers said it was not unprovoked.
And having had some time to consider the celebration, Rodgers said it was definitely a “spur of the moment” action.
“I know I used ‘I’ a few times, but I do feel like it’s a ‘we’ thing. Really since (Brett) Favre took over, we’ve flipped that entire series on its head. When Favre-y took over, we were double-digits in the hole in the all-time series.
“This series has been going on for 100 years plus, and now we’re seven up, so it feels good to be on this side of it. That was a special moment looking back. I didn’t realize how crazy it would go … I love the response of my teammates backing me up.”