On Saturday, the Green Bay Packers were stunned and lost to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC divisional playoff match. San Francisco was able to defeat the Packers 13-10, while Green Bay was unable to get much going offensively.

Despite the fact that Aaron Rodgers and the Packers have had a string of bad luck in recent years, this may have been the worst loss of Rodgers’ career. Usually, when the Packers lose in the playoffs, it’s because their defense fails him, but that wasn’t the case this time, as Rodgers struggled to get anything going for the offense.

Because of their lengthy rivalry, Chicago Bears fans were ecstatic that the Packers lost this game. Former Bears linebacker Dick Butkus was perhaps the happiest, taking to Twitter to voice his feelings about Aaron Rodgers’ loss.

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After his statement to the Bears earlier in the season in which he pointed to their fan base and told them that he “owns them,” it was to be expected that Rodgers would hear a bit about this loss.

This offseason will be fascinating since there are numerous concerns about the organization’s future and, more crucially, whether Aaron Rodgers will ever play for the Packers again. There were already whispers that he will not return to the Packers after this season, but following the loss, it appears like he will complete his career somewhere.