On Saturday, the Packers lost 13-10 to Niners, and that loss elicited an unpleasant reaction from the three-time AP NFL Most Valuable Player Aaron Rodgers.
He looked very disappointed at the game's outcome, especially when the Niners got the winning goal that sent the Packers off the playoffs.
A video of him walking off the field looking pained even as he showed the spirit of sportsmanship has surfaced and has gone viral.
When asked about his future in a post-match interview, he said:
"I didn't think it was going to end like this. I'm going to take some time and have conversations with the folks around here and take some time away. It's fresh right now, a little shocking for sure. I thought we had a Super Bowl-caliber team. I haven't really let the moment really sink in yet."
Many speculations arose with his reactions and comments, some alluding to the possibility of Rodgers exiting the Packers.
But in a recent interview on The Pat McAfee Show, Rodgers revealed that there are possibilities of retirement, remaining with the Packers, or being traded.
As much as he might have been disappointed at the outcome of the game against the Niners, Rodgers is not making a quick, emotional decision but seems to be taking his time.
He believes that it will "take time because the enormity of the commitment to return or the decision to walk away... warrants ample time to contemplate and to communicate with friends and loved ones, former teammates who've moved on, current teammates who are still playing.
Whether this is the end for the famous number 12 or not, we just have to wait to find out.