Last November, a wild conspiracy theory began to circulate, stating that the clue to which teams will play in the Super Bowl can be found in the Super Bowl logo’s color scheme.
Super Bowl 55’s color scheme was orange and yellow, and the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams ended up playing each other.
Super Bowl 56 featured green and red, and the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles played each other.
And this year?
The colors are red and purple, which is also more fuel to the conspiracy theory fire considering the Baltimore Ravens are the best team in the AFC, and the San Francisco 49ers are arguably the best team in the NFC.
I have a theory if this nfl logo conspiracy is right..IF both the raven and the 49ers make it to the Super Bowl my theory is that the team with less color in the logo wins the Super Bowl look at the ram and bengals one there is less yellow and the rams won 1-2 pic.twitter.com/g1IM6VjAEo
So, once Rodgers got wind of this conspiracy, you already know he was all for it, and was sure to bring it up on The Pat McAfee Show today.
He told McAfee and the boys:
“I’ll tell you what that Super Bowl 59 emblem better have Jet green on it, because I know you’ve seen that one coming. That’s a real interesting one (conspiracy theory).”
They then began to discuss this year’s colors, and how they align with Baltimore and San Francisco.
However, things got REALLY wild when co-host AJ Hawk asked Rodgers:
“Does this have something to do with the Epstein list that came out?”
And that’s when Rodgers proceeded to say:
“That’s supposed to be coming out soon… There’s a lot of people, including Jimmy Kimmel that are really hoping that doesn’t come out.”
I mean SHEESH. Rodgers just came for Kimmel’s head.
Of course, he’s talking about the time earlier this year when when Kimmel made fun of him for being so interested in the Epstein files, so Rodgers fired back by saying Kimmel’s worried about the list that’s reportedly set to be released.
Jimmy Kimmel claims Aaron Rodgers is a “tin foil hatter” for wanting to know the names on the Jeffrey Epstein client list. pic.twitter.com/fZtiULosEM
And Rodgers says he’s going to pop bottles when the list is finally released:
“If that list comes out, I definitely will be popping some sort of bottle.”
Just another Tuesday for ol’ Aaron Rodgers.
You can check out the full conversation here:
Aaron Rodgers caps off a busy Pat McAfee Show spot by addressing a Super Bowl logo-based conspiracy and again suggesting ABC host Jimmy Kimmel will be on the Jeffrey Epstein client list… pic.twitter.com/eQ62mbVSbM