Former Packers QB reacts to crazy Jordan Addison touchdown vs. 49ers

Aaron Rodgers couldn't believe what Minnesota Vikings WR Jordan Addison did on Monday night

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Jordan Addison
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Jordan Addison / Stephen Maturen/GettyImages

Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was amazed by the second touchdown catch made by Minnesota Vikings receiver Jordan Addison on Monday.

On Monday night, in front of a national television audience, Minnesota Vikings rookie wide receiver Jordan Addison wowed everyone at home with his second touchdown catch of the evening against the San Francisco 49ers.

Addison earned his second trip to the end zone by grabbing the ball out of the hands of 49ers cornerback Charvarious Ward and running another 30 yards for the score. It was payback for when Ward notched an interception in the first quarter by snatching the ball out of Addison's hands.

Among the people watching the play happen live was former Green Bay Packers quarterback, and current member of the New York Jets, Aaron Rodgers, as he was a guest on the Manningcast version of the broadcast when the play took place.

Minnesota Vikings WR Jordan Addison stuns Aaron Rodgers during second TD catch vs. the San Francisco 49ers

Before the play happened, Rodgers was asked by Peyton and Eli Manning what play Minnesota should run in their attempt to score points with less than a minute remaining in the first half.

Well, the current Jets quarterback didn't have time to answer, as he was left in complete shock with the way in which Addison scored his second touchdown of the night.

After his initial reaction, Rodgers then gave an answer to the Mannings by saying, "Yeah, run that play."

Rodgers went on to mention how Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins still had confidence in throwing to Addison, despite the first-quarter interception, and that willingness to keep feeding the rookie the ball ultimately resulted in that touchdown in the second quarter.

It was such an impressive play made by Minnesota's rookie receiver, who is off to a tremendous start in his NFL career, with six touchdowns in his first seven games.

One last thing, though. Why in the world was a former Packers quarterback one of the guests on the Manningcast for a game that involved the Vikings? Who thought that was a good idea?