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NY Jets QB Aaron Rodgers dances at Taylor Swift concert

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Aaron Rodgers continues to enjoy his adventures around the New York area

Ever since the moment he was officially traded to the New York Jets, Aaron Rodgers has been soaking in everything the New York area has to offer. Rodgers was featured on the jumbotron at New York Knicks and New York Rangers playoff games, and he told Pat McAfee that he’s been out shopping in the city, even grabbing himself some pizza – where Jets fans wouldn’t let him pay for it.

Rodgers’ New York adventures recently continued across the Hudson River at the stadium he now calls home, as he was seen taking in a Taylor Swift concert at MetLife Stadium. Fitting in with the vibes he has given off since his introductory press conference, Rodgers looked loose and carefree as he grooved along.

It’s no surprise to see Rodgers at a Taylor Swift concert. In a recent video shared by the Jets’ Twitter account, Rodgers spends a lengthy amount of time rattling off some of his all-time favorite Taylor Swift songs. Most Jets players brushed off the question, but Rodgers’ answer drags on throughout the entire video.

The Taylor Swift concert is the latest happy memory for Rodgers at MetLife Stadium, a place where he has enjoyed plenty of success throughout his NFL career. Rodgers owns a 4-1 record at MetLife Stadium, going 2-0 against the Jets and 2-1 against the Giants. In five trips to the Meadowlands, he’s got 13 total touchdowns (11 pass, 2 rush) and only three turnovers (2 INT, 1 fumble) while averaging 288.6 passing yards per game.

Rodgers’ average of 2.6 total touchdowns per game at MetLife Stadium ranks third-best in the building’s 13-season history among quarterbacks to play at least three games there. He trails only Andrew Luck (3.0) and Cam Newton (2.7) while tying Tony Romo.

Rodgers is hoping MetLife continues to be his happy place in 2023. He will have plenty of opportunities to create more good memories in the massive 82,500-seat venue, as the Jets are scheduled to play 10 games in their home building. The Jets will play nine home games and one “road” game against the Giants.

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