'I still own you:' Aaron Rodgers lets Chicago Bears fans know who's the boss after key touchdown

JR Radcliffe
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has enjoyed a number of memorable moments against the Chicago Bears in his career. And our guess is that Rodgers keeps track of every one.

After scoring a key rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter of Green Bay's 24-14 win over the Bears at Soldier Field on Sunday, an animated Rodgers took a knee for a "discount double check" celebration, then shouted a litany of colorful messages for all to hear (including, presumably, Bears fans). Among the messages: "I still own you."

Yeah, that's ... gonna make a T-shirt. Heck, someone might just try to chisel it into the Soldier Field facade.

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Officially a 6-yard rushing score with 4:30 left in the game, it was a pivotal touchdown that spotted the Packers a two-score lead.

“I looked up in the stands and then from the front row, all I saw was a woman giving me a double bird,” Rodgers said. “And I'm not sure exactly what came out of my mouth next.” 

Enjoy these Twitter reactions to what came out:

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