Aaron Rodgers is a four-time NFL MVP, Super Bowl champ, and one of the greatest Quarterbacks in the history of football.

Football aside, Rodgers' politics and beliefs have fueled all sorts of hate in 2021 and 2022.

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I'm not here to tell you if it's wrong or right, but I can tell you the dude is a sore loser.

As a Bears fan, I also know he's a sore winner. Who else would scream "I own you" after scoring a touchdown other than Rodgers?

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Besides that, I don't have any proof that shows how much of a "sore winner" Rodgers is, but on the other hand, I do have this.

US Bets:

In January 2022, we surveyed 2,008 self-reporting National Football League fans from around the country. 50% of respondents were male and 50% were female. The average age of respondents was 38 years old.

According to US Bets results, the biggest sore loser in football is Tom Brady. Just behind Tom Terrific is Rodgers.

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Brady is retired, so I guess Rodgers is unofficially the biggest sore loser (of active players) in football.

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Rodgers just got dumped, is looking to buy a home in Nashville, Tennesee, and is now the biggest sore loser in the league.

If you're a fan of Rodgers and the Packers don't get too upset. Because you'd only be playing into the results.

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Packers fans ranked as the 5th biggest sore losers in the NFL.

What do you think? Are you a Packers fan who has soured on Rodgers and his antics or are you still a diehard fan who believes he's just a misunderstood dude?

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