clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Cheese Curds 6/26: Aaron Rodgers wins another game show

Also: David Bakhtiari is getting pissed off.

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

NBA: Finals-Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

Aaron Rodgers: MVP quarterback, Super Bowl champion show wizard?

The Green Bay Packers quarterback is now 3-0 in game show appearances after besting Erin Andrews on last night's episode of "The $100,000 Pyramid." Rodgers won the game Sunday with the category "People that are bald and with just two clues: old people and Terry Bradshaw.

Is there anything Rodgers can't do? With training camp fast approaching, this is probably the last game show the cerebral quarterback will be on this summer.

Meanwhile, Packers fans can take pride in the fact that their quarterback is not only a great thrower of the pigskin but also a smart cookie as well.

Read more about Rodgers' appearance and more in today's cheese curds.

'People That Are Bald' answer gives Aaron Rodgers' $100K Pyramid

Don't burn number 12, Erin Andrews. That doesn't end well for anyone, on the field or off of it.

McCarthy, Packers seek finishing touch--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

David Bakhtiari speaks for everyone in the building as well as Packers fans, I think. While two NFC championship games in three years is nothing to sneeze at, these close calls can start turning into Super Bowl appearances any time now.

Packers' medical team adds one of the

Dr. Robert Anderson is relocating to Green Bay from Charlotte and the Packers now have arguably the best orthopedic surgeon for foot and ankle injuries in their backyard.

Video: Brett Hundley Throws Football Through Car Window--Packer Report

It looks like Rodgers' protege has learned a thing or two from the past. Hundley also went for a ride in an IndyCar at Elkhart Lake, WI this weekend before the Koehler Grand Prix.

Full offseason was big advantage for Jordan

Tripp was signed by the Packers with only three games left in the 2016 regular season, but the 26 year old has his mind set on not only winning a starting job on defense, but also becoming the leader of the special teams unit.

Look out, Jeff Janis.