Aaron Rodgers Calls Suh ‘Most Terrifying’ Player

Also, Rodgers talked about Hail Marys, photo-bombing, long counts, NBA-style dream teams, his favorite celebrity golf partner and why he believes in UFOs in this "Speed Round" clip provided courtesy of HBO.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers appeared on HBO’s “Any Given Wednesday.”  Along with an illuminating segment on concussions and thoughts on a host of other topics, Rodgers was asked by host Bill Simmons about the “most terrifying” player of the generation.

“Ndamukong Suh. One of the most dominant players still,” Rodgers said before taking a verbal stroll down memory lane to the Dec. 28, 2014, game vs. Detroit. “You’ve got to worry about him stepping on your calf. His feet were a little cold, though, so I can’t hold that against him. He couldn’t feel his feet.”

In another humorous moment, he recalls a bit of trash-talking while leading Cal to a victory over Stanford. With Cal about to put the game away, Stanford defenders wanted to turn the tables, at least a little bit, by asking the quarterback, "What was your SAT score?" It didn't work.

“‘1,310, what about you?,’” Rodgers recalled. “That kind of quieted them down.”

Those comments and much, much more in this "Speed Round" clip provided courtesy of HBO.

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