AT&T Stadium gets Wikipedia edit: Owned by ‘City of Arlington and Aaron Rodgers’

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers at AT&T Stadium

Aaron Rodgers has crushed the life out of the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium twice since the beginning of the 2017 season. He led the Green Bay Packers on game-winning drives in both the NFC Divisional Round last year and in Week 5, which we knew was coming when he had more than a minute to work with Sunday in Arlington.

As we’ve seen happen so many times before, someone had the clever idea to change the Wikipedia content on AT&T Stadium after the comeback win Sunday by Rodgers.


The edit has since been deleted. But it was confirmed by ABC 2 in Green Bay as having been accomplished.

Rodgers’ status as a late-game deity is as solid as anything in the NFL these days. If he has time and is down by one score, chances are, he’s going to pull out a win. The Cowboys, and all their fans, felt that sting once again in Arlington this past weekend.