“I’d like to punch him in his face, to be honest,” said the former Bears O-lineman, who made six Pro Bowls with the team in his 13 years in Chicago.
“I’d like to punch him in his face. When you see that, that’s your first reaction.”
Kreutz also railed against Rodgers’ explanation for the taunt … adding, “I’d like to tell you exactly how I feel about it, but I can’t say too much on the radio about exactly how I feel about Aaron Rodgers doing that.”
FYI — Rodgers has, in fact, owned Chicago in his career, piling up a 22-5 record against the Bears … and while Kreutz acknowledged the QB wasn’t necessarily wrong in his crass statements, he didn’t want to hear them regardless.
“Just because you’re right,” Kreutz said, “it doesn’t make you right for doing it.”
Bears and Packers play again at Lambeau in December … that game just got a whole lot more interesting, right?