Aaron Rodgers Explains Conspiracy Theory on Identical Looking Fan at Game

by Hannah Heser
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As you all know, Aaron Rodgers is the quarterback for the Green Bay Packers in the NFL.

During Sunday night’s game against the Bears, the world met Aaron Rodgers’ identical lookalike. This creates a huge reaction from NFL fans, especially fans of Rodgers. In fact, the man could literally be his long-lost twin.

For instance, if the identical fan walks into a bar and starts convincing people he’s Aaron Rodgers, they would probably believe him. There is one question that remains on the table today, “Who actually is this mystery man?”

Well, the guy is allegedly a Canadian Bavarian human who lives in Germany. In the midst of all this, Rodgers joins Pat McAfee on his show Tuesday. He shares his own conspiracy theory about his doppelganger and thinks NBC is behind this whole thing. In other words, this could definitely be a prank, but we’ll see what happens.

“Total plant, that was a total plant by NBC,” Rodgers exclaims. “The thing that makes me think he might have been a plant is, doesn’t he turn to the camera and acknowledges the camera? Has he got a Screen Actors Guild card?”

While Rodgers’ point is very clever, who wouldn’t point at a camera if it’s showing you for multiple minutes at a game? I definitely would. It’s kinda neat to see yourself on television since it doesn’t happen every day for some people. It’s a common reaction from many NFL and even college football fans.

How the Internet Detectives Find Who the Mystery Aaron Rodgers’ Actually Is

The internet detectives have done an excellent job with their research on the mystery man. They found the guy to be @SherbyFranky on Twitter. A few days ago, he tweets a photo after Sunday’s game with the caption saying, “Finally Home, the End of a Legendary Weekend @packers @NFL.”

A fan of the actual Aaron Rodgers tells the lookalike that the Packers need to sponsor him and send him to the rest of the seasons games.

Even though Rodgers and his lookalike are confused by this, they are also laughing about it. I mean, it’s not every day you find someone who looks identical to you at an NFL game!

The Race to MVP

Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady have been racing towards the MVP since 2011. They are two of the most popular quarterbacks in the NFL, aside from Patrick Mahomes with the Kansas City Chiefs.

While they have been in this MVP race for four weeks, there might not be an MVP after all. However, they are still giving the same trophies in February.

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