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This is one ban we can all get behind. The wave is passe around the Major League Baseball world. It was never a thing in the NFL until recently.

And in reality, it’s one of the most annoying aspects of the game today. It appears that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers agrees.

In talking about what he wants from Packers fans as the team plays five of its next six games at home, Rodgers had a brilliant response.

One has to wonder why Rodgers waited so long to offer up his opinion. This is a sentiment shared by the masses.

Immediately before the season, Rodgers pitched the Packers an idea to start selling cheap beer as a way to create a better home-field advantage. He now wants to ban the wave from Packers games.

Here’s a man that’s after all of our hearts.

Vincent Frank
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