Mitch Trubisky pounded a beer on Friday night for the cameras. Aaron Rodgers continues to look sad and weak.
It’s officially now a thing.
NFL quarterbacks chugging beers. It’s a thing.
After Aaron Rodgers embarrassed himself at a Milwaukee Bucks game with a terrible chugging effort, plenty of NFL QBs have now stepped up to the plate and showed Rodgers exactly how it should be done.
In case you need your memory refreshed:
Rodgers was mocked across the country for this weak effort and it has launched athletes chugging beers across the country. Matt Stafford decided to immediately take advantage of Rodgers’ public humiliation and took to social media:
Stafford smoked Rodgers and it wasn’t even a competition. But the beer chugging continued over the weekend and this time Mitch Trubisky took his turn.
Trubisky threw out the first pitch at the Chicago White Sox game, and in a classy move, brought out his offensive line to “block” for him, but later he found himself on the jumbotron, beer in hand, and this is what transpired:
Now, tip of the cap to Kyle Long who edges out Trubisky, but beer chugging, like playing in the NFL, is about the quarterback. Trubisky handles this like a pro.
Clearly, Trubisky runs circles around Rodgers, and as QBs continue to chug beers, Aaron Rodgers just looks more and more like a weanie. Yup, that’s right, I called him a weanie.
But it begs the question, Stafford or Trubisky?
If you look at the exact moment that the chug begins and when the QBs finish, you’ll see Trubisky takes out his beer just a smidge quicker. But the question is, does Stafford have a 20 oz beer?
Trubisky has the standard 16 oz beer at Guaranteed Rate Field, but Stafford’s beer appears to be larger. Is it the narrow glass that just makes it appear larger or does Stafford get the nod with the larger size?
Trubisky proved his beer chugging prowess, so whether or not he took down Stafford isn’t too important. What is important is that Trubisky has joined the parade of beer chugging quarterbacks that have embarrassed Aaron Rodgers.