Aaron Rodgers' girlfriend, actress Olivia Munn, recently revealed that the couple does not have sex on game days. Munn also panned the suggestion that she has been some sort of secret weapon for Rodgers and the Packers.

"All the good luck charms are on the field and in the stands," Munn said. "So it has nothing to do with me."

And now, after a certain sideline gesture was caught on camera during the Packers' victory over the Detroit Lions on Sunday, one of those good luck charms may have been revealed.

Rodgers was seen rubbing the beard of 39-year-old Jeremy Wilcox, who works for a company that provides communications support at Lambeau Field.

So forget Munn. It's this man's beard.

"It's never at the same time or same place, it's not like it's a ritual or anything," Wilcox said.

Weird, sure, but it works. Rodgers is thought to be in contention for the NFL MVP award after throwing 38 touchdowns and only five interceptions. And the Packers were one of only two teams to win all eight home games.

The St. Paul Pioneer Press published a story about Rodgers' good luck charm, and someone sent out this tweet from the newspaper's Twitter account:

It doesn't take much creativity to see why that tweet could be misconstrued. The newspaper quickly deleted the tweet:

Before long the Pioneer Press added a photo to the tweet so no one would be confused:

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