In news likely be met with biting derision by the retired quarterback community of Hattiesville, Miss., the state Assembly of Wisconsin has passed a resolution naming a day for Packers star Aaron Rodgers.
The resolution designates Dec. 12, 2012, as Aaron Rodgers Day. The Assembly passed the resolution unanimously on Tuesday and sent it on to the state Senate.
Of course, Rodgers does not have a lucrative endorsement deal with Wrangler, or friends who will sell out for a pass like this guy. So really, who wins here?
(Answer: Aaron Rodgers)
The Associated Press contributed to this report.