Aaron Rodgers calls out ESPN, Todd McShay

ESPN draft guy Todd McShay can't catch a break. First he gets called out my everyone's favorite anonymous source server Mike Florio. Now he's being called out by Pro Bowl Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers. On his Twitter page today, Rodgers laid the gauntlet down to McShay.

Sometimes I wonder what it would be like to watch film with some of Espn's experts and hear them explain why teams play 2 slide behind...

A storm blitz, and other fun conversations like that. Invitation is out there Todd mcshay

At first this seemed kind of harsh. After all, it's McShay's job to give opinions and stick with them. Considering he's a former college quarterback – albeit at a lower level – he should know this semi-rudimentary Tampa-2 blitz. (Hint McShay: The strong safety is coming at you!)

But it appears in good fun. Later Rodgers dished this bit:

I like Todd mcshay, I think he does a Great job on tv. Just laugh to myself sometimes when some of those guys talk x's and o's

Later in the day, Rodgers said he enjoyed playing Halo and Fifa video games. Hmmm. I like to play both of those and am pretty good. I would like to use this post to formally challenge Aaron Rodgers to games of both and I'll hang out with him in the film room and be humiliated.

But not as humiliated as Rodgers would be against me in the video game arena. I would seriously beat his ass. Man, I'm lame.

H/T to Cheesehead TV – Aaron Nagler is the man.

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