Moments after the 49ers’ Tony Garoppolo celebrated his come from behind victory over Aaron Rodgers in the middle of a snowstorm in Lambeau Field this evening, in the divisional playoffs, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat saddled with an intensely obstructive GOP-controlled legislature, announced that to save the rep of the NFL’s most interestingly structured team, he will purchase Lambeau Field rather than allow it to be torn down by fans furious with the Pack’s loss to the team it wasn’t supposed to lose to.
Our Chief Wisconsin-based associate solitary reporter, Jason Mason (a relative of the Packers’ famed place-kicker Mason Crosby), interviewed Evers after the Packers’ star-crossed game, in which the 49ers made a seemingly limitless number of droipped passes in the first half, yet managed to prevail against all odds. It was Mason who originated the famed Cheesehead, as a result of which he is the richest man in Menasha, a suburb of Appleton.
Rodgers told Mason that he is thinking of moving to Denver after he purchases the Broncos, a beleaguered team which is for sale. Rodgers denied that he wants to replace Dr. Fauci as President Biden’s chief medical adviser, after meddling with the truth on whether he had received The Jab.