2 definitions by The Mighty Quinn 3000

The Green Bay Packers lead Quarter Back. In his first season of actual play, the Packers had a 6-10 W-L record. Come his second season, he turned it around and came off with an 11-5 record, although would go on to lose to the Arizona Cardinals in the first playoff game. Then in his third season, after numerous injuries and a concussion, he was able to get a 10-6 record which landed them a 6th seed position in the playoffs. After beating the top three teams in the NFC playoffs, he and the Packers would go on to play in Super Bowl XLV. And after a few more injuries and keeping the lead the entire game, Rodgers and the Packers would go on to win the Super Bowl 31-26, beating the Pittsburgh Steelers. After the game, Aaron Rodgers was named the MVP of the Super Bowl, and then he celebrated with the rest of his team knowing they finally brought the Vince Lombardi Trophy back home.
Man, Aaron Rodgers had a pretty shaky first season of heading the Green Bay Packers for QB, but come the next few he was able to turn the team around and win them a Super Bowl title.
by The Mighty Quinn 3000 March 13, 2011
Head coach of the New York Jets. Also a notorious big mouth who tends only to talk the talk and almost never walks the walk. While he has turned the team around, he still acts like he is the greatest coach who ever lived (when in reality people might give that title to Vince Lombardi, Mike Ditka, or Tom Landry). One can only hope he'll get his act together next season if it comes around (all signs point to probably not).
Guy #1: Man that guy is such a Rex Ryan!

Guy #2: I know, he's always running his damn mouth when he shouldn't.
by The Mighty Quinn 3000 March 31, 2011

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