Jamaal Charles is confident. That's great. But mocking Aaron Rodgers with his "Championship Belt" touchdown celebration while losing is a questionable move.
Jamaal Charles scores TD, does Aaron Rodgers' Championship Belt celebration http://t.co/WBHxfBym3a
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) September 29, 2015
Charles did it after his second-quarter rushing touchdown Monday night cut the Chiefs' deficit to 14-6. To Charles' credit, he did back up his troll with a three-touchdown evening.
Meanwhile, Rodgers was 24-of-35 for 333 yards and five touchdowns. The Packers won 38-28 to go to 3-0 on the season. The Chiefs dropped to 1-2.
The "Championship Belt" celebration morphed into the "Discount Double Check," when Rodgers' sponsor, State Farm, incorporated it into their commercials.
When Rodgers was asked about Charles' move after the game, he was in full spokesperson mode:
Aaron Rodgers on Jamaal Charles doing the belt: "State Farm appreciates it" https://t.co/pEnZVd7jpe
— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) September 29, 2015
Rodgers leads all passers with 10 touchdowns and Charles is tied with the Falcons' Devonta Freeman for most rushing touchdowns at four, so both have their fair chance to show off in the end zone. But after Rodgers' Monday night victory, Charles should stay away from the belt area.
Here are Rodgers and Charles all good after the game:
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