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He did allow that the side judge's touchdown call on the Hail Mary was “awful,” but otherwise, he seemed to watch what he said.
Not so on his weekly radio show on ESPN Milwaukee on Tuesday. Rodgers opened up by offering an apology to the fans.
"I think first of all, I've got to do something that the NFL is not going to do and apologize to the fans," Rodgers said. "The product that is on the field is not being complimented by an appropriate set of officials. The games are getting out of control. Like I said in the first week, I'm OK with the replacement refs as long as they don't have a direct impact on the game."
Rodgers then went on to read the NFL's statement on the matter -- in which the league said that though offensive pass interference should have been called on Seahawks' receiver Golden Tate,and though the simultaneous catch could have been reviewed, the result would stand. Rodgers, um, did not agree with the league's stance.
"I call bull on that. Because they say officials. No. There was zero communication between them," Rodgers said. "There was zero communication between the guy who was responsible for the first-and-25 phantom pass-interference foul on Sam Shields and the other referee who was responsible for calling an offsetting personal foul against Greg Jennings for one-hand pushing Brandon Browner who ... just pushed him to the ground."
Discussing the NFL's logic on the simultaneous catch in the end zone, referred to the league's decision as "garbage."
"That's garbage, obviously ... They're covering their butt here."
Rodgers weekly radio show with Jason Wilde's a must-listen each week anyway, because the Packers quarterback is exceptionally candid.
But this week's episode is absolutely worth your time to check out, because Rodgers, who could very well face a fine for his words. Not that he really seemed to care.
"I don't know," Rodgers said when Wilde asked him if he just got fined. "I think there's been a lot of people who've tweeted things or said things.
"It's just getting out of hand."
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