Aaron Rodgers Final Jeopardy!: “Who Wanted to Kick that Field Goal?” + Extended Postgame Chat

Aaron Rodgers Final Jeopardy!: “Who Wanted to Kick that Field Goal?” + Extended Postgame Chat

Were you wondering what Aaron Rodgers’ response was to the one football question on everyone’s mind? Watch what happened after the show in the exclusive postgame chat at the end of today’s Final Jeopardy!

Remember 2021’s NFC Championship Game when Green Bay lost to Tampa by 5 points? So does Jeopardy! guest host Aaron Rodgers. And our 2-day champion Scott won’t let him forget in this fun round of Final Jeopardy!

Final Jeopardy! 04/05/2021 | April 5, 2021

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44 Responses

  1. Chris Finch says:

    Who wanted to kick that field goal? Charlie Brown, but Lucy….you know what she did.

    • Johnny Utah says:

      @Dimetre Korsikov yes…that is why I said “no clue” to the comment…they obviously had no clue of why Scott wrote that answer.

    • mrrandom45 says:

      @Dimetre Korsikov going for the feild goal was a big “fuck you” to rodgers, if you have the league mvp on 4th and goal. Fucking go for it

    • Hockeyguy25 says:

      @mrrandom45 as a cowboys fan I’m okay with any opportunity to give Rodgers a big F.uck you !! 😎

      That being said he’s a cool dude and did well here.

    • Dimetre Korsikov says:

      @Hockeyguy25 it’s all fixed. They wanted kc and Tampa to face off and the kc was the odds on favorite. You know how much money was made on that game for the bookies and Vegas mob, billions. It’s bullshit, but all sports are rigged. Refs pull the chains and the ball is two inches short… first down… receivers gets rode into the end zone before the ball is even released, no flag for you buddy, your teams losing today. I’ve watched so many blatantly fucked up calls that even Ray Charles was calling bullshit.

    • Shane Douglas says:

      Pretty much

  2. Games and Toilets Productions says:

    Rodgers did a great job today but that response from scott was very funny indeed. Though Aaron got paid well with his time on football

  3. Miles Shaw says:

    I know tonight’s winner. Well done to him.

  4. Raul Ruiz says:

    Aaron sounds so weird doing jeopardy. I’m used to him screaming in the huddle and now he’s speaking calmly.

  5. betty hatfield says:

    Alex Trebek would have gotten a big kick out of this.

  6. Charles M Rinehart says:

    Aaron did a great job indeed. A class act he is.

    • D C says:

      @Randy Cobb are you related to Ty?

    • DANGERProductions says:

      @Ferrari0988 “Only a liberal would be that hypocritical.” Once again painting with a broad brush, and you don’t even realize it. Plus, I provided a link to disprove your original point about what white players think (which I can only assume you didn’t watch), but I guess you think people like Aaron Rodgers don’t have “half a brain.” Maybe try to be thoughtful about the issue, rather than relying on ad hominem. This lesson is on the house, kid.

    • D C says:

      @DANGERProductions “broad brush”? So women are doing the painting?

      “People like Aaron Rodgers”?!? Wow

    • DANGERProductions says:

      @Michael Clark Actually, you’re wrong about the statistics, especially when considering the Simpson Paradox.

    • Byte and Barq says:

      @Jeff dont make it policital

  7. jayareteaonetwooneeight says:

    That man’s a savage. On Aaron’s first day too?!?! 🤣

  8. Harrison Lee says:

    I’m never prepared for how soft-spoken and normal Aaron is away from the field.

  9. Baby Lamb Creations says:

    All joking aside, that is very heartwarming to hear Aaron Rodgers pay tribute to Mister Rogers.

    Pretty much the first time I was able to guess the question to a Final Jeopardy! answer correctly without hesitation.

    • The Rook says:

      I feel the same. I fondly remember watching Mr. Rogers Neighborhood as a kid. There needs to be more great programming like that.

    • Craig Kostelecky says:

      Mr. Rodgers respects the Neighborhood.

    • Jack Smiley says:

      Mr.Rodgers was a great and amazing person I loved watching his show

    • Chris Finch says:

      I was torn between daytime TV hosts of talk shows and daytime TV people of Children’s TV; I thought “who was the late, great, Regis Philbin?” But no- it was indeed the late, great, and friendly neighbor, Mister Fred Rogers, in which makes much more sense. He really was such a warm-hearted man for all of PBS and the world to see.

    • Sealambert says:

      Same here without hesitation too.

      I remember watching a video on YouTube about Mr. Rogers receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award.

  10. CCWNYC says:

    Quarterbacks study countless hours of film. It’s clear Rodgers held Alex in very high esteem, and brought his respect to the show as guest host. Bravo Aaron.

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