On Friday, news broke that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and actress Olivia Munn had ended their relationship, and naturally, the social media world was abuzz over the high-profile break-up.
After the news came out, a variety of reactions were elicited on social media, but a certain Chicago-based football team decided that they were perhaps going to have a little fun at Rodgers’ expense.
The Chicago Bears’ Twitter feed posted a picture of the quarterback on Friday, with the caption “#FridayFeeling,” and although they deleted the tweet a short time later, several intrepid internet users screen-captured the image before it was wiped away:
The tweet could be viewed as rare win for the Bears against Rodgers, who has a history of tormenting the team on the field. In addition to denying the Bears a playoff spot in 2013, Rodgers also beat Chicago in the 2011 NFC title game, and owns a 14-4 career regular season record against the team, averaging 245.4 passing yards per game against them in his career.
He’s also thrown 38 touchdowns against the Bears, his second-highest total against any team in the league.