Tom Brady may very well have just ended Aaron Rodgers' career with a single Instagram post.
Today, the next iteration of The Match, which sees two-two player teams go head-to-head in a round of golf was announced. Phil Mickelson, who just won the PGA Championship, will team up with Tom Brady to take on Bryson DeChambeau and Aaron Rodgers in a PGA Pro/NFL Quarterback face-off.
Brady shared the news to his Instagram account and accompanied it with a devastating burn to Rodgers.
"Two champions vs a scientist and a jeopardy host."
Mickelson is the most recent champion of a major on the PGA Tour, while Brady is a reigning Super Bowl champion. To be fair to DeChambeau and Rodgers though, they have been champions. DeChambeau won the 2020 U.S. Open and Rodgers won the Super Bowl in 2011. But Mickelson and Brady's pedigrees put them to shame with Mickelson's 6 major titles and Brady's 7 Super Bowl rings.
Rodgers is currently in a standoff with his team the Green Bay Packers and has even mulled retirement as being an option of getting out of the situation. Maybe Brady just made his mind up for him.