"A good reason to root for the Packers is it might finally deliver the @AaronRodgers12 SNL hosting gig that has long eluded us..." Seth Meyers tweeted before Rodgers' Green Bay Packers lost to Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Rodgers, the presumptive MVP of the 2020 NFL season, has spoken about hosting SNL in the past. "I have been invited. I want to do it, I want to do it right," Rodgers said in 2012. "The commitment that it takes in my opinion to do it the right way was just too much for me this offseason, so I will be doing that in the future and look forward to the opportunity." Only 5 NFL QBs have hosted Saturday Night Live: Eli Manning in 2012, Peyton Manning in 2007, Tom Brady in 2005, Joe Montana (co-host with Walter Payton) in 1987 and Fran Tarkenton in 1977.