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Is Aaron Rodgers An Elite QB After Spoiling Game Of Thrones On Twitter?

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Aaron Rodgers is a good QB but he’s a better TV show spoiler. This was proven last night when he spilt the beans about last nights bloody episode of Game Of Thrones.

Interesting hashtags here:
#hot – obviously for the Khalessi (Emilia Clarke)

#midrange – midrange is something to do with Aaron Rodgers basketball camp called Mid-Range Messiahs. The camp is set up for the sole purpose to teach kids how to drain mid-range jump shots. An odd cause for an NFL QB to undertake.

#(nothing) – I assume this is a challenge to his followers to throw in their two cents. Rodgers got a little more than he bargained for when his replies turned into a good ol’fashion flame war.

Rodgers tried to salvage the situation by informing us of the 24-hour rule.

Since this tweet Rodgers has sent out six tweets in defense of his beloved 24-hour rule.

The bottom line is Aaron Rodgers is a pioneer of tweeting about TV. Somehow as everything becomes more instantaneous on the web, TV and movies are turning into a sacred realm that no one can spoil. If you don’t want Game Of Thrones spoiled, get off Twitter and only visit Sportsgrid.com for the rest of your days.


  • Anonymous

    Yeah I’m with Rodgers on this one.

    If you’re so obsessed with a TV show, it’s the information age ffs you can’t expect the world to wait to post about it until YOU have watched it. There’s a million ways to watch shows, legal or illegal. Get off Twitter then and let people who are “real” fans or whatever discuss their favorite show.

  • Jake Criss

    Agreed! To you and the writer!

  • rj berger

    i find it funny how these “fans” who claim that if you like it so much, you should read it. hell, maybe im waiting for the show/series to end. the red wedding scene was a total shocker. i dont want to have to be subject to complain/bitch about the differences in the show from the book. and i have started reading it and stopped at the second book because i dont want to go ahead of the show. and if you are a real fan, i think that you do a diservice to the people who only watch the show by ruining the experience. did anyone spoil the book plots for you when you read them? plus the series isnt over. now you have all these butthurt fans who read the book moaning and bitching about the last 2. right now, i dont have that problem… plus i hate aaron rodgers.

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