But underlying the fun nature of that appearance is the truth that perhaps the Green Bay Packers' all-world quarterback realizes his season truly is in jeopardy after a broken right collarbone injury.
Rodgers told the Wisconsin State Journal's Jason Wilde that he "still isn't sure whether he'll be able to return this season."
He broke his clavicle in the game at the Minnesota Vikings on October 15, and Rodgers says he had screws inserted in that clavicle during surgery.
The Packers put him on injured reserve, with the capability to return to the active roster on December 17.
That would give him three games left to play this year if he's healthy enough to do so, but he's apparently not sure about that being possible.
Currently, he's in Southern California, but he reportedly plans on returning to Lambeau Field after the bye week on Monday.