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A sad Aaron Rodgers graces the cover of Green Bay's biggest newspaper today.
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We would have gone with something like "Shredded Cheese," but the Green Bay Press-Gazette did a fine job with the front page of today's newspaper following Atlanta's 44-21 pounding of the Packers.

It's hard to tell what "Run and Done" means. Maybe it's a simple play on the phrase "one and done," but that wouldn't make sense because the Packers won a playoff game. Maybe it's a tout to Atlanta's awesome running game? But considering they passed the ball all over the Packers, that doesn't quite add up.

Run? Ahhhh, now we get it. It's a reference to the Falcons running the Packers out of Atlanta in blowout fashion. 44-21. Ouch.

And here's the front page of the Atlanta paper.

Yes, we are trolling Packers fans with this story.

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