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Say Cheese! The Chargers Game

Say Cheese! The Chargers Game

We here at Eat More Cheese are committed to bringing you the finest in Packers related information.

Using a carefully crafted mix of on the field analysis, and a little bit which is definitely off the field, we hope that you, the readers, find our material both interesting and amusing, thought provoking and hysterical. However you want to describe it, we appreciate your continued support.

With that in mind, we are pleased to introduce a new weekly feature to Eat More Cheese, titled "Say Cheese!"

While Aaron Rodgers has developed into the best player in the league, cutting up defenses with surgical accuracy, he has continued to cut up on the sidelines with his regular photo bombing of the weekly team captains photos. Thorough research has proven that this has been a regular occurrence for Rodgers since he was a rookie, and we are thankful that he has not lost his sense of humor even as more attention is paid to him by the week.

Using this as the basis for "Say Cheese!" it is our intention to share the captain's photo from every game on this new feature, as well as offer our own insights on the performance of the photo bomb. We will grade the photo based on originality, use of props, players involved, etc. We will then ask for your own comments and grades. Heck, maybe one day we'll even see a comment from Aaron Rodgers, grading his own performance at the art of photobombing.

And so with that, we present to you the initial post in the "Say Cheese!" feature: the Chargers game. Photo credit packers.com

 

Note the strategic placement of the 2 water bottles being used, as each is directly near the ear of both Tim Masthay and Bryan Bulaga, The confident look on Rodgers' face as he is performing the photo bomb is matched only by the all too serious look on the faces of Bulaga and Tramon Williams. Matt Flynn, Rodgers' partner in crime in many of the photos, can be seen peering over the left shoulder of Bulaga, in what is definitely NOT  an accident. it looks like D.J. Williams happened to be walking by as the photo was taken. However, this may not have been unintentional, and we will have to watch to see whether he makes more frequent appearances as a co-photoboming conspiritor.

The use of the Gatorade bottles pushes this photo to one of the best Rodgers has ever done, proving that he does everything well, including being a source of comedic relief in an all too serious game like professional football. Overall, this pic gets a  9.0 on the bomber scale.

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Brando's picture

I've been trying to figure out since I saw this if he was actually squirting masthay or not...

JohnRehor's picture

I think he was-really looks like there is water coming out of that water bottle

Lynn Dickey 12's picture

I think he was squirting behind him. If he was actually squirting him, Masthay probably wouldn't be able to maintain the smile we see in the picture.

Apparently AR thought that that even squirting close to his pass protection might not be the best idea and decided to leave Bulaga alone.

I wonder why Tramon only had the eyeblack tape on one side?

foundinidaho's picture

Masthay looks like he's fully aware of the photobomb and approves. I love that Matty is getting in on the photos most weeks. Those guys seem to have a bromance going on.

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