Wikipedia: Packers' Aaron Rodgers 'owns' AT&T Stadium

Wikipedia: Rodgers 'owns' AT&T Stadium
Posted at 7:59 PM, Oct 08, 2017

For the fourth time, the Green Bay Packers earned a landmark victory at the home of the Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium.

According to an enterprising Wikipedia user, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has at least a partial deed to the stadium.


Photo: Wikipedia (screen shot as of 6:55 p.m. CT on Oct. 8, 2017)

Immediately after Rodgers led Green Bay to its 4th victory in four tries at AT&T Stadium with a touchdown pass to Davante Adams with 11 seconds left, someone decided to put the arrowed description of ownership on the stadium's Wikipedia page.

Anyone has the ability to change such a page, so there's no way that's official, of course. The reference to Rodgers was quickly removed, though others showed up on that wild west part of the World Wide Web.

However, it is descriptive of Rodgers' success there.

He won the Super Bowl MVP in leading Green Bay to a win over Pittsburgh on the 45th Super Sunday.

Six years later, his comeback drive in the NFC Divisional Playoff led Green Bay to a 34-31 triumph.

Now, this incredible performance, which led to a fictional, but perhaps appropriate, description of Aaron Rodgers' mastery.