Tuesday September 29th, 2015

Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers laughed off Jamaal Charles’s imitation of his touchdown celebration after the Packers’ 38–22 win over the Chiefs on Monday night.

Running back Charles scored Kansas City’s first points of the game in the second quarter, and proceeded to celebrate with Rodgers’s signature touchdown move.

Rodgers said after the game that he didn’t see Charles mimic the move, nicknamed the “Discount Double Check,” but that he was sure State Farm appreciated the free advertising.

Rodgers finished with five touchdowns and went 24 for 35 with no interceptions. Charles scored three of the Chiefs’ four touchdowns and logged 49 rushing yards.

After defeating the Chiefs, the Packers take their 3–0 record into their Week 4 face-off with the San Francisco 49ers. Kansas City (1–2) will play the Bengals in Week 4.

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​- Erin Flynn

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