Subsequent to dropping some overwhelming hints and later essentially affirming he would show up on “Game of Thrones,” Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers at last made his appearance on the final season of the HBO megahit.

Rodgers made the blink-and-people’ll-miss-it appearance amid the penultimate episode of the series, “The Bells.” However, that is pretty much all everybody absolutely know, as individuals can’t actually make sense of which scene the quarterback showed up in.

Spoilers for Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones follow, yet people were ideally sufficiently brilliant to realize that.

Where was Aaron Rodgers on ‘Game of Thrones’?

There are two scenes in which fans appeared to discover Rodgers in the episode. Some considered him to be an archer in development amid the beginning times of the fight for King’s Landing.

Others thought they saw the quarterback burned to a crisp when a specific character chose to begin burning down the city and the people inside it.

There was even speculation that the two characters could have been Rodgers, the thought most likely being his archer character fled in terror amid the fight.

So, was Rodgers the archer, the human charcoal, or both? Funnily enough, the appropriate response could really be … not one or the other.

Amid a creation of highlight released close by “The Bells,” Rodgers is really interviewed in costume amid his appearance.

“I was helping a woman who was injured, set her down, and then, the hell with her, I’m getting outta there,” Rodgers said amid the feature.

That costume and portrayal don’t appear to coordinate either scene presented as Rodgers’ appearance. Rodgers was unquestionably in “The Bells” yet it’s actually difficult to state where as the second 50% of the episode is pure chaos with a lot of additional items.

Possibly everybody will find a definitive answer from the man himself soon. In any case, because of his previously expressed guidelines, everybody may need to hold up until Monday night.

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