Sunday Night Football broadcasters NBC played American game show ‘Jeopardy’ graphics for Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The four-time MVP and his team played the Philadelphia Eagles at the Lincoln Financial Field. 

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Mid-way through the first half, broadcasters played Jeopardy graphics for Rodgers. The game show’s song ‘I Lost on Jeopardy’, which is written by Weird Al” Yankovic. 

The song is a parody of ‘Jeopardy’ by The Greg Kihn Band, which released in 1983, and its refrain ‘Our love’s in jeopardy’.

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Aaron Rodgers, who has been a top quarterback for 18 years, is struggling this season. He came to the SNF game against the Philadelphia Eagles with 19 touchdown passes, and sixth in both passing yards (2,542) and completions (243) against his name in the 2022 season. He will turn 39 on December 2 and has 13 TDs and four interceptions over the last seven games, six of which have been defeats.

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“you just have to respect the NBC jeopardy graphic, it didn’t have to go so hard—and it was so mean that Mike Tirico felt the need to give Rodgers a little compliment after,” a Twitter user said. 

“NBC #SNF clowning Rodgers with Jeopardy graphics was actually hilarious #Packers,” a second one added. 

“Shout out to @nbc and @NBCSNF for playing “I Lost on Jeopardy” by @alyankovic in the background of that jeopardy Aaron Rodgers graphic. #SNF,” a third one tweeted. 

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Rodgers had a 10-day run as a guest host of Jeopardy! in April, 2021. However, the Green Bay QB was not able to host the show full time heading into his 17th NFL season.

“I don’t think it would have worked based on scheduling based on the way they want to schedule the show. Obviously, I still wanted to play. You never know what happens in this life, things can come back around, things may not come back around, I may go back on Celebrity Jeopardy! one day, you never, never know,” he had said.