NFL world reacts to Aaron Rodgers' book selection

Every week, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers appears on The Pat McAfee Show and every week, he does something unique.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers does something that confirms he's the most college-sophomore 38-year-old man in America.

This week, Rodgers stepped into self-parody by choosing George Orwell's "1984" as his book club pick.

Rodgers' appearance on the show is known for his boasting about vaccines, government controls, psychedelics, and other topics your average 20-year-old Ithaca college student might be.

The promotion of "1984" by Ayn Rand's books on the bookshelf seems to suggest that they would do that sort of thing on Saturday Night Live to make fun of Rodgers.

Rodgers not only selected the dystopian novel "1984" by George Orwell, which we all read in seventh grade.

Present it in a way that means he was teaching the audience about the existence of this famous book, while also trying to draw parallels.

We're all looking forward to next week's book club selection, "The Fountainhead," which we joke about but also expect to be 100%.

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