Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers holds himself to a high standard and believes in his abilities. When he makes a mistake, which rarely ever happens, he makes the necessary adjustments afterward to ensure it won’t take place again, like any elite quarterback does.
So when Rodgers missed a wide-open Randall Cobb on the biggest play of Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers, he made sure to let everyone know he was not happy about it.
The Packers were faced with a 4th-and-goal situation from Carolina’s four-yard line in the waning minutes of the game, and Cobb was in motion before the play. Rodgers snapped the ball and did not see Cobb, who was wide-open, and ended up throwing an interception because he had to get rid of the football and basically just threw it up for grabs. It was his third interception of the season.
Rodgers was given a Surface Pro tablet to watch the play after it happened. And, judging by his reaction, he must’ve seen how open Cobb was.
Packers quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt picked up the tablet, because, let’s be real, Rodgers wasn’t going to reach down and do it.