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Greg Jennings is Right, the Packers Do Suck

Greg Jennings is a Minnesota Viking. That seems pretty weird to say, and is probably even weirder for him to live. But it's the truth. He went form being a receiver BAWS with the hated Green Bay Packers for seven years to becoming a Viking this offseason, and even if he never scores a touchdown with us, it was totally worth it because it made Packer fans angry.

Well, this is probably also going to make Packer fans angry … Greg Jennings apparently thinks the Packers suck so bad that he was willing to sign it on a helmet.

The image above is an alleged picture of a helmet that Greg Jennings signed for a Vikings fan per request. That certainly looks like Greg Jennings John Handcocknballz on the right, complete with his new number "15" next to the signature, and the same pen used to write out "Packers Suck" right next to it.

This is of course awesome and hilarious, especially concerning Jennings' antics this entire offseason in throwing the Packers under the bus for no apparent reason. Talking about Aaron Rodgers being overrated, saying the Packers franchise brainwashed him … My God, he sounds like a jilted lover who misses the anal beads. Of course now, with recording only eight receptions and 117 yards through the season, I'd probably be retracting from those statements a little bit.

Greg Jennings made a huge mistake

The big question is, is this a real signature? I'm inclined to believe it is, because I like stirring up bullshit. But others have reached out to Twitter friend @kaykay0715, who shared the original photo, and she seems to think it was real as well. Another news source at 620 AM, Wisconsin's Radio Station, did a compare and contrast of a Packers' signature with this signature, and yeah, they're probably the same thing.

So there we go. Now EVERYONE knows that the Packers suck.

PJD

About PJD

I once saw Paul Edinger kick a 56-yard field goal for the Minnesota Vikings against the Green Bay Packers to win a game in the Metrodome. It was exhilarating.

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