Rodgers, Yelich join in on chugs at Bucks game

Aaron Rodgers couldn't chug a whole beer at Game 5 and fans let him have

Aaron Rodgers couldn't chug a whole beer at Game 5 and fans let him have

Green Bay Packers star Aaron Rodgers may be the face of Wisconsin sports, but he was still embarrassed by an All-Pro teammate, the reigning National League MVP, and a rival NFL quarterback after failing to chug a beer at a Milwaukee Bucks playoff game on Thursday night.

First, Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari poured two beers right down his gullet like water.

As the video of Rodgers' chugging failure went viral, the New England Patriots reposted a video of quarterback Tom Brady downing a beer within seconds, beating talk show host Stephen Colbert.

Thursday's beer-chugging may have been the most fun thing about the evening for Bucks fans because the visiting Raptors beat Milwaukee 105-99 to take a 3-2 lead in their Eastern Conference final series. Chugging beer is as much an American past time as football, of course, and some people are just better at one than the other.

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Yelich was a bit faster than Rodgers, but the QB wasn't impressed and indicated that Yelich's cup had been slightly less than full.

"King of the North", Kelly, captioned the Instagram post.

Fortunately for him, football season isn't too far away.

Earlier this month, Rodgers watched as another man bought his girlfriend, Danica Patrick, a drink while they attended another Bucks game.

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