Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Shares Striking Resemblance to Unidentified Man in Old Portrait

by Charles Craighill
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We knew he was a master of spinning the pigskin, but is Aaron Rodgers also a master of time travel? The Green Bay Packers’ star quarterback has some serious questions to answer after someone dug up a late 19th-century photograph that looks too much like him to ignore.

Recently, an eBay vendor sold a photograph of an unidentified 19th-century man for over $200. While the Iowa seller admitted that he did not know the man in the picture, he couldn’t ignore the resemblance either. He listed the item as “Antique Victorian Photograph Packers QB Aaron Rodgers Lookalike with Wife.”

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Aaron Rodgers Look Alike (Courtesy of WBAY News Station)

I mean, the resemblance is absolutely uncanny. The mustache, the eyes, the bone structure, hell, even the facial expression is spot on. Could this be the first proof of time travel in the modern era? It certainly isn’t out of the realm of possibilities.

Considering Aaron Rodgers signed a four-year $134 million contract extension in 2018, he certainly has the budget to experiment with those kinds of things. For now, all we can do is speculate… and keep a very close eye on the NFL MVP favorite.

Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers Playoff Push

Time traveler or not, Aaron Rodgers has put some magic into the Green Bay Packers season. The All-Star quarterback has put together an MVP campaign while putting his team in position for the number one seed in the NFC. If the Packers can keep the boat straight, they should lock down the elusive first-round bye week.

The 10-3 Packers have three remaining games, all of which are winnable. They currently hold the tiebreaker over the 10-3 New Orleans Saints for that number one spot, so they control their own destiny. If Aaron Rodgers can continue to sling the biscuit as he has thus far, the Packers should have no problem securing the top position.

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