Aaron Rodgers once again teases Bears fans, calls Soldier Field his 'second home' and says he still owns team

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers owns the Chicago Bears. No, he didn't actually purchase the franchise. But, on the field, he dominates them every time the two teams play.

Rodgers proved as much again Sunday, defeating the Bears 28-19. The win gave the Packers the most wins of any franchise in NFL history.

Following the contest, Rodgers continued to twist the knife into Bears fans, calling Soldier Field his "second home."

To view this content, you'll need to update your privacy settings.
Please click here to do so.

Rodgers also saluted Bears fans during the game. In his postgame interview, Rodgers said he wasn't sure if he would have an opportunity to do that again. Rodgers added that it was fun to return to Chicago, win the game and "let the fans know I'm still here."

Aaron Rodgers dominates the Bears

Bears fans are well aware of Rodgers' presence. Rodgers, now 39, has gone 24-5 against the Bears over his career. He has won plenty of blowouts, converted some huge third- and fourth-down plays and pulled off some incredible last-minute comebacks.

Rodgers' dominance escalated last season, when he told Bears fans, "I still own you" after scrambling for a touchdown to secure another win. Rodgers' boast was picked up by a microphone on the field and he was asked about that comment multiple times in the following days. He didn't back down, saying he had no regrets about smack-talking Bears fans.

Following Sunday's win, Rodgers was again asked whether he believes he still owns the Bears. Rodgers considered the question for a moment before responding, "Yes."

It's tough to disagree with him at this point.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) smiles after an NFL football game against the Chicago Bears, Sunday, Dec. 4, 2022, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Kamil Krzaczynski)
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers smiles after beating the Bears once again in Chicago. (AP Photo/Kamil Krzaczynski)