Ironically, Patrick was born in Wisconsin, all of which you'd think would be devoted to Rodgers' Green Bay Packers—but she's always rooted for the Chicago Bears."I told him a long time ago I'd always root for him as a player," Patrick quipped to a reporter in January, recalling how she first met Rodgers back in 2012 at the ESPYs.
She added, "Now I am probably going to cheer for the whole team.
And though Rodgers has a Super Bowl ring from 2010, is a two-time season MVP and remains, at 34, one of the NFL's elite quarterbacks, he too is more than familiar with the frustration that comes from not finishing in first place.
He also, like Patrick, knows all about being the most photographed person in the room, win or lose.
It makes life interesting when people have different perspectives, and that's fine with me."She'll approach the Indy 500 on May 27 with her usual combination of competitiveness and preparedness. Aside from having some Packers games to look forward to this fall, Patrick has some pretty ordinary goals in mind after the Indy 500."There's always a farmers market.