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Hearing Aaron Rodgers Tap Into His Photographic Memory About The Inner Workings Of Random, Old Touchdown Throws Against The Bears Is Straight Up Porn

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Now that Jordan Love has established himself as the guy in Green Bay, I can appreciate Aaron Rodgers again. The salty bitterness I expressed with him out of Green Bay is gone. Once again, I can watch a clip like the one below and think it's incredibly cool, instead of wanting to un-alive myself. Obviously when Rodgers gets in front of a microphone these days he tends to go on crazy tangents about who knows what. That side of him almost made people forget how much of a football genius he is. Hearing him talk about the inner workings of a play is straight up football porn. When it's about a play that made Bears fans sad, it's even better. Enjoy below.    

Ever since watching Suits I've wanted to have a photographic memory. Watching Mike Ross doing his thing almost seemed fake, especially considering it's a TV show. Life just seems impossibly easy for those kind of people. I consider myself to have something of the opposite. I struggle to remember even the slightest of things. It's honestly terrifying at times how hard it is to remember shit. Then you have someone like Rodgers recall this long touchdown throw during a late regular season game in 2011. Hearing him break it all down like that is the good stuff. 

Someone went back and found the actual play. 

Terrific play action sell, textbook double move by Jordy, protection on point, on the money throw. Pretty much indefensible. That's the kind of shit that still gives Bears fans nightmares, and Rodgers knows it too. It's heroin to him knowing those fans still fear his shadow. Him talking about that kind of stuff probably gets him rock hard. 

There really was this special telepathic connection that Rodgers and Jordy had. Whether it be their patented back shoulder fade or something like that play above, it was special to watch. Love Bak chiming in, reiterating everyone knew it was six the moment that play was called. 

I could listen to this man talk football until rigor mortis began to set in. This is legitimately genius. 

Hopefully he's able to get a full season in next year and then lose in the playoffs. Don't need him winning a Super Bowl in New York, but seeing a few of those kinds of throws wouldn't hurt. 

P.S. Your new QB, Chicago? He was smiling from ear to ear every time Rodgers would uncork one of those bombs to Jordy.