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Aaron Rodgers angrily threw a Microsoft Surface tablet after throwing a crucial interception

Scott Davis
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The Green Bay Packers weren't able to beat the Carolina Panthers on Sunday as some late-game heroics from Aaron Rodgers came up short.

On a final drive attempting to tie the game, Rodgers threw an interception on the 4-yard line, effectively sealing the Panthers' 37-29 victory.

Here's the interception:

Afterward, cameras caught Rodgers reviewing the play on one of Microsoft's Surface tablets when he got angry and threw it to the ground:

As SB Nation's James Dator pointed out, Rodgers had an open Randall Cobb in the end zone. Rodgers saw this on the replay and tossed the tablet in anger:

Rodgers said after the game, according to ESPN: "It's a frustrating game [at times]. It's exhilarating, but also frustrating when you make a mistake like that."

This happening after NFL announcers have continually referred to the Surface tablets as iPads, it was another rough day for the Surface, which is used by teams following a $400 million deal between Microsoft and the NFL.

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