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Packers superstar Aaron Rodgers officially becomes owner of Bears, per Wikipedia

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Aaron Rodgers made it very clear on Sunday against the Chicago Bears when he said he owned them to their fanbase after running in a touchdown late to put the Green Bay Packers up 24-14. The moment went viral instantly and it trickled down to other outlets as well.

According to Wikipedia, the superstar quarterback for the Packers is now listed as the owner of the Bears.

It was a big division win for the Packers that put them at 5-1 on the season. It’s five straight in the win column for Green Bay after suffering a mind-boggling blowout loss in the season opener to the New Orleans Saints.

Rodgers may have a point in what he said and what Wikipedia reflected. Rodgers’ all-time record against the Bears now stands at 22-5. The Packers are also 20-3 in the last 23 matchups against the Bears and are 45-15 against Chicago since 1992.

It will still always be a rivalry and a storied one at that, but it is one that has been dominated by the Packers for nearly three decades.

Some took it even one step further, listing Matt Nagy as Rodgers’ son on his Wikipedia page following the game.

Nagy has been under scrutiny by Bears fans for a couple of seasons now and his hesitation to open up the playbook for rookie quarterback Justin Fields has some in Chicago wanting for a change at the head coach position.

The new owner of the Bears, Rodgers, will head back to Green Bay next week as the Packers welcome in the Washington Football Team.