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Aaron Rodgers disappeared into a mystery tent and Twitter went crazy with it

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Aaron Rodgers got the Green Bay Packers back to winning ways last night in a decisive Monday Night Football victory over the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field.

The Packers quarterback put on a show, including one inch-perfect touchdown pass to Davante Adams, as the Packers ran out 27-13 winners to move to 3rd place in the NFC North with a 5-6 record. 

However, the big story of the night wasn't Green Bay's solid play on offense or their ability to shut down Carson Wentz for most of the night. Instead, everyone was talking about just what Rodgers was doing in a mysterious tent.

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You can take a look at the video here, which left ESPN's sideline reporter Lisa Salters, who was wondering just what Rodgers was getting up to.

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Naturally, the wild world of Twitter gave a helping hand to Walters by offering all manner of explanations of what Rodgers was up to.

Incredible. Thanks, Twitter.

It turns out that the tent can actually be used as a toilet as well as a place where players can get quick treatment without having to go back to the locker room. All hail the mysterious tent.

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