Aaron Rodgers Drops F-Bomb on Thursday Night Football; FCC Has No Comment

Aaron Rodgers - H 2015
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Aaron Rodgers - H 2015

Packers' star QB said the worst of the worst — and a whole lot of people heard.

Oh fudge. 

Green Bay Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers dropped an f-bomb during a broken play on Thursday Night Football. And not just any game, but the second most-watched primetime NFL game ever on NBC, according to the network.

The curse was so loud, it could clearly be heard on live TV and even game commentators Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth noticed, calling it “a little exclamation point” to the broken play.

On Friday, the Federal Communications Commission declined to comment to THR on the matter. 

The Chicago Bears beat the Packers during the Thanksgiving game, which also happened to be the same night the Packers retired former quarterback Brett Favre's No. 4.