The Milwaukee Brewers have a gigantic following, pulling in over 3 million fans for the 2011 season but when it comes to popularity in the great state of Wisconsin, no one tops the Green Bay Packers. In a tacit acknowledgement of that—and of the loss of Prince Fielder and the luster off Ryan Braun at the moment—the team turned to the Packers' MVP QB Aaron Rodgers for a commercial advertising the season.
I like it, it's cheeky and cute without being too much. And it's WORLDS better than Rodgers' awful State Fair "Discount Double Check" commercial we were forced to constantly sit through during the football season.
What a douche pocket
According to Jason Smith at NFL.com, Aaron Rodgers is the 5th best quarterback in the league heading into 2012. Jason Smith looks like he’s never played a down of football in his life. His rankings of Eli Manning at #1 and Ben Roethlisberger at #4, confirm this. It also confirms that he knows nothing about football.
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Ever wonder how Aaron Rodgers would throw a baseball? Well, wonder no more.On the last day of February, the Green Bay Packers quarterback visited the Milwaukee Brewers' Arizona spring training complex to film a commercial promoting the sale of Brewers tickets. On Tuesday, the first results of that day spent filming and shagging flies and greeting his friends on the team were...
The Milwaukee Brewers had an MVP on their roster in 2011, they also landed another MVP to work with them in 2012: Green Bay Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
In February, the Brewers and Aaron Rodgers joined forces to film a series of television spots promoting the 2012 Brewers. Numerous players appeared in the spots, including the Brewers 2011 National League MVP Ryan Braun.
Now that Prince Fielder left the Milwaukee Brewers and Ryan Braun was at the center of a steroid investigation, the Brewers marketing team turned to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers for ticket sales in the 2012 season!
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