Aaron Rodgers State Farm ads disappear from your TV
Rodgers was only featured in 1.5% of State Farm’s nearly 400 TV ads on Sunday, according to data from Apex Marketing, which tracks nationwide ad buys. That’s a massive drop from the previous two Sundays, in which the insurance company featured Rodgers in about a quarter of its commercials.
Rodgers expressed disappointment with his treatment by the media last Friday.
âI realize that I’m in the sights of the waking crowd right now,â Rodgers said on âThe Pat McAfee Showâ. “So before my last nail is put in my cancellation culture coffin, I think I would like to set the record straight on so many blatant lies that are circulating about myself.”
Rodgers said the media was on a “witch hunt” to find out which players had been vaccinated and blamed reporters for him saying he was “immune” in August.