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NFL Fans Were Incredibly Annoyed With Cris Collinsworth During Eagles-Packers Game (TWEETS)

Plenty of NFL fans on Twitter weren’t pleased with Cris Collinsworth’s praise of Aaron Rodgers during the Green Bay Packers-Philadelphia Eagles game on Sunday evening.

Rodgers and the struggling Packers came into Lincoln Financial Field with a 4-7 record and in desperate need of a victory. But the NFL’s best team was too much for Green Bay, who look poised to miss the playoffs for just the third time since 2009.

Rodgers had to leave the game late in the second half with an oblique injury. 2020 first-round pick Jordan Love finished the game for Green Bay, even throwing a 63-yard touchdown pass to Christian Watson on just his third pass attempt of the game.

Collinsworth, like any NFL analyst, is always going to compliment top-level players like Rodgers. Nonetheless, many fans weren’t pleased with his compliments on the four-time league MVP and future Hall of Famer.

I hope NBC has grief counseling available for Collinsworth now that Rodgers is out

— Keith Schweigert (@K_Schweigert) November 28, 2022

Collinsworth making sure he doesn’t repeat his Aaron Rodgers debacle again 😂😂

— Chase Nitcher (@ItchhyNitchy) November 28, 2022

Collinsworth: “If this was a fully healthy Rodgers, we would be saying they can still win this.”

Next play Jordan Love to Christian Watson for 63 yard touchdown.

— The Phinsider (@thephinsider) November 28, 2022

Cris Collinsworth has more excuses for Aaron Rodgers than John Harbaugh has at a post game presser

— Brandon Schiesser (@BrandonS_22) November 28, 2022

Can someone PLEASE get Collinsworth off the air?…FOREVER….a 9-1 team is beating a 4-7 team by 14 and all he wants to talk about is Rodgers #GoBirds

— Zach Speers (@ZachSpeers) November 28, 2022

The Eagles held on for a thrilling 40-33 victory over the Packers. Rodgers finished the game 11-of-16 with 140 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions.

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