Aaron Rodgers jokingly called Travis Kelce “Mr. Pfizer” because of his Pfizer ad while recapping the Jets’ three-point loss to the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs.
Watch Travis Kelce’s Pfizer ad below:
Aaron Rodgers made the reference while on “The Pat McAfee Show“:
I think there’s some sentiment that there’s some sort of moral victory out there that we hung with the champs and that our defense played well.
Pat didn’t have a crazy game and Mr. Pfizer, we kind of shut him down a little bit. He didn’t have a crazy impact game.
Pat McAfee and his co-host immediately started laughing after Aaron Rodgers made the jab at Travis Kelce.
Watch the clip from “The Pat McAfee Show” below:
Aaron Rodgers got hurt four minutes into the first game of the regular season. His torn Achilles injury has him projected to miss the rest of the season, but he’s hoping for a miraculous comeback.
The Jets fan base had Super Bowl hopes with Aaron Rodgers, but since his injury, his backup, Zach Wilson, has not been playing great until Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Jets lost the game 23-20, but it was the best performance Zach Wilson has had all season, which gives the fan base hope that he can get them to the playoffs and Rodgers will come back to win them a Super Bowl.
The NY Jets currently have a 1-3 record. The only team they beat this season was the Buffalo Bills in Week 1, the game Rodgers got hurt in.
Winning a Super Bowl this season may be wishful thinking on the Jets fanbase part, but anything is possible.