Fans want Aaron Rodgers to know they're pulling for him

Arnold Nichols
October 28, 2017

People watch Conan O'Brien's late night show on TBS for many reasons, from his celebrity interviews to his hit "Clueless Gamer" bits and travels to foreign lands, like Korea and Taco Bell headquarters - all very amusing.

We're almost two weeks removed from the Vikings' victory over the Packers at U.S. Bank Stadium, during which linebacker Anthony Barr broke Aaron Rodgers' collarbone with a legal hit to the Green Bay quarterback.

Instead, Conan spends the segment focused on the 13 screws in Rodgers' shoulder, bringing in an anatomical likeness to recreate the injury, and clowning on Green Bay offensive lineman David Bakhtiari.

RODGERS: "I looked over at him as I walked off the field". Rodgers said the cameras never showed what Barr did.

ESPN had reported that Barr grabbed his crotch after the hit, but league officials were not looking into his actions after the play.


Rodgers could be seen having words with Barr after the play.

"He wasn't happy, and I understand".

Rodgers was placed on injured reserve on October 20. "No one feels good about that".

In an "Outtakes" segment posted online, Rodgers went more in-depth about the play that might have ended his season.

Rodgers would only return if the Packers are still in contention for a playoff berth.

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