Watch B.J. Raji Intimidate Aaron Rodgers in State Farm Commercial

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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has become famous for his attacks on the "discount double check" move.

Forget the Super Bowl MVP, forget leading the Packers to a 15-1 record and forget the MVP-like 4,643 yards, 45 touchdowns and 122.5 quarterback rating he's put up this season.

Rodgers owes the good folks over at State Farm for getting his name out there and attaching it to the discount double check move.

He says it's his "touchdown dance," but fans of the discount double check know better.

That's why it's refreshing and a tad bit relieving to know that Rodgers' teammate B.J. Raji cares enough about the move to defend it.

In the latest rendition of State Farm's popular commercials, Raji and his friends are merely trying to save hundreds by using the discount double check.

As is the custom, whenever a discount double check is mentioned and or used, the happy customer makes the motion of a belt across his or her waist.

It's a simple move, but it means much to fans of the discount double check.

Rodgers, in his never-ending quest to destroy the move and claim it as his own, barges into the State Farm office and tries to confront the massive defensive lineman, but backed up with a sick soundtrack and his dancing friends, Raji is able to intimidate the quarterback.

Raji even goes as far as to add a new dynamic to the discount double check move, which requires one to move his hips and "break it down" as they say.

Once again the discount double check has been saved from the grasps of the Packers' star quarterback, but one can't help but believe this won't be the end of the discount double check saga.

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