Aaron Rodgers, new head coach of the Packers?

OK, Aaron Rodgers has obviously not taken over as the head coach of the Packers.

But given Green Bay’s struggles so far this season — despite playing well Sunday, the Packers lost 29-27 to the Rams and sit at 3-3-1 through seven games — and some of the criticism the Packers QB has levied at head coach Mike McCarthy this year, a labeling gaffe by a Milwaukee TV station is worth at least a laugh.

On the chyron during Rodgers’ postgame interview Sunday, he is labeled as the Packers head coach.

USA Today’s For The Win had a look at some of the reaction from fans — many of whom seemed like they would support the player-coach concept over more McCarthy.

NFL.com, by the way, has an interesting story bout how irate Rodgers and his teammates were about Ty Montgomery’s late fumble on a kickoff return against the Rams — when Montgomery apparently went rogue and was supposed to instead take a knee in the end zone.

Hat/tip to the Twitter feed of local Fox 9 reporter Dawn Mitchell, where the gaffe was seen.

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