Tucker Kraft reacted to Packers fan giving him a beer in most Wisconsin way possible

Tucker Kraft hilariously chugs a beer at an autograph session.

Green Bay Packers, Tucker Kraft
Green Bay Packers, Tucker Kraft / Mark Hoffman/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Some players were born to play for the Green Bay Packers. Tucker Kraft is one of them.

Kraft became a fan favorite within hours of getting drafted by the Packers when he said his favorite part about playing tight end was "ferociously punishing the man across from you." He did plenty of that in his rookie season.

Despite making a slow start, it was incredible to watch Kraft's rise in the second half of the season. The Packers needed him to play a full-time role following Luke Musgrave's injury, and he stepped up as a blocker and receiver. Kraft made several big-time blocks late in the season, including one-on-one against All-Pro edge defender Danielle Hunter.

Kraft showed off his yards-after-catch ability, making 28 receptions for 344 yards and two touchdowns in the final eight games. He made crucial contributions when Musgrave was out of the lineup.

There's good reason to be excited about Kraft's potential, and he is even showing why he's the perfect Packer off the field.

Packers tight end Tucker Kraft chugs a beer from fan at autograph session

By releasing David Bakhtiari, the Packers aren't just losing an All-Pro tackle but also a world-class beer-chugger. But never fear because Kraft is ready to step up and fill the position.

A Packers fan gave Kraft a bottle of Spotted Cow at an autograph session—he knew what to do.

"I was thirsty," Kraft said.

Is it possible to love Kraft any more than we already do? If Brian Gutekunst is watching, it's about time he handed his third-round tight end a lifetime contract. The best part is Kraft did not hesitate.

Bakhtiari has competition. For years, he dominated any Packers beer-chugging competition, but those days are over. The Tucker Kraft era has officially begun.

He is already a fan favorite and is easy to root for. Kraft showed what he can do in the second half of last season, and there's every chance a breakout second year is on the way.

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