Why do we need to see Aaron Rodgers supposedly 'sucking on some woman's toes?'
Dec 29, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) takes the field before the game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. Image by Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports
Deadspin, this isn't worth it.
The sometimes tabloid-ish sports publication chose to put a picture of Aaron Rodgers on the internet, allegedly from 2009, of him supposedly doing something with the toes of a woman.
What is going on in this picture of Aaron Rodgers sucking on some woman's toes? http://t.co/m5e4A7szRb— Deadspin (@Deadspin) March 8, 2014
Why do we need to see this story?
What purpose does it give you, Deadspin, besides getting eyeballs on your site due to a totally useless story? None.
Does it reveal a major piece of important, or even mostly unimportant news about Rodgers? It's not even on the level of the incorrect reports of him dating Taylor Swift.
It just said that Rodgers supposedly sucked on a woman's toes five years ago. You can't even see his face in the picture.
Seriously, Packers fans. It's not worth clicking on the Deadspin story in the tweet.
Move along. Move along.