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

  • Ricky Boebel

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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 for the rest of your days.