Packers WRs Explain Ayahuasca-Themed Celebration After Lazard TD

Staff report

During a lopsided affair against the Bears on Sunday Night Football, the Packers offense decided to get a little creative following a touchdown just prior to halftime.

Green Bay took a commanding 24–7 lead into the break after Aaron Rodgers hit Allen Lazard for a five-yard score with 32 seconds remaining in the second quarter. Lazard, whose SNF appearance marked his first game of the season after missing Week 1 with an ankle injury, was met in the end zone by an amped-up Aaron Jones before taking a few steps back as his teammates began to gather around him.

The fifth-year receiver then simulated pouring a drink into the cupped hands of each of his teammates, who pretended to pass out after taking a “sip,” before Rodgers showed up waving his arms and bringing Lazard in for a bear hug at the end of the sequence. 


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