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Dwyane Wade ribs LeBron James’ tweet on Aaron Rodgers

Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Aaron Rodgers

Dwyane Wade and LeBron James recognize the greatness of Aaron Rodgers. But while James is thanking Rodgers for his performance on Sunday, Wade didn’t enjoy it nearly as much:

Wade is a native of Chicago and a Bears fan, so he has a lot of experience watching Aaron Rodgers rip his heart out. Sunday night, Rodgers returned from injury when things looked all but over for the Green Bay Packers. Chicago had a 20-point lead deep in the third quarter, but that lead wasn’t safe even with Rodgers playing on a gimpy leg.

Rodgers led his team back from the dead with three fourth-quarter touchdowns to take down Wade’s beloved Bears by a final score of 24-23. This wasn’t the first time Rodgers has tortured Bears fans.

In his career, Rodgers is 16-4 against the Bears with an impressive 45 touchdowns and only nine interceptions. He has thrown for just under 5,000 yards with a 108.3 passer rating against Chicago in his career. Rodgers has made a living off dominating the Bears and Sunday wasn’t much difference. The biggest difference was the fact that Rodgers let Wade and Bears fans think they finally got one.

But James’ first Sunday of football this season was subdued as well. His Cleveland Browns snapped an atrocious losing streak, but they didn’t win. Cleveland had a last-second field goal blocked and ended up tying the Pittsburgh Steelers. It’s a step in the right direction for the Browns, but the tie certainly put a damper on James’ Sunday.

Out of the three great players, Aaron Rodgers is the only one who had a good Sunday. James and Wade will have to wait at least another week for a win.