If your name is Aaron, and you play for the Green Bay Packers, there's a good chance you own another franchise.
Aaron Rodgers owned the Chicago Bears throughout his Packers career. He has kindly signed over ownership to Jordan Love, who led the Packers to a season sweep over the Bears at the first attempt.
For Aaron Jones, there's something about matchups with the Dallas Cowboys that brings the best out of him. Before Sunday's wild-card round, Jones had 472 total yards and six touchdowns in three career meetings with the Cowboys. He had rushed for over 100 yards and at least one touchdown in each contest, including a four-TD performance in 2019.
Jones destroyed Dallas' defense again in the NFC Wild Card Round, turning 21 attempts into 118 yards and three touchdowns. He now has nine career touchdowns in only four games against the Cowboys.
Aaron Jones' Wikipedia page gets an update after Packers win over Cowboys
It didn't take long for Jones' Wikipedia page to get an update after the Packers' win over the Cowboys. ESPN's Field Yates managed to get a screenshot before the edit was removed.
According to the Wikipedia edit, Jones is now "the owner of the Dallas Cowboys."
I mean, where's the lie? That should be a permanent addition to the page. All Jones has done is run all over the Cowboys' defense at any opportunity. Three of his four career games against Dallas have come at AT&T Stadium, where the Packers have never lost.
Jones is from El Paso, Texas, and many of his friends and family were in attendance for this game, making it even more special.
Jones has produced many memorable moments as a Packers running back, but we must now congratulate him on becoming an owner of the Cowboys.