Aaron Rodgers got a high school class in Janesville, Iowa out of its final exam Friday afternoon with just one simple retweet.
Peyton Meyer, a student in the Janesville Consolidated School District, tweeted at Rodgers, begging the quarterback to help his class get out of its sports literature final exam. Laura Roberts, the class teacher and admitted Rodgers fan, said she would let the students out of the final if Rodgers retweeted Meyer’s plea.
The star quarterback held up his end of the bargain.
— Aaron Rodgers (@AaronRodgers12) May 19, 2017
Retired NBA superstar Kobe Bryant started this new trend of athletes getting students out of their exams by retweeting a plea from a high school senior in Indiana on Thursday.
Rodgers saved the day just like he saved Green Bay’s season. He heroically carried the Packers to six straight wins to cap the regular season and led the team to another NFC North title and a postseason run to the NFC Championship Game.
Seriously, what can’t Rodgers do?