The playoffs are upon us, football fans! After earning a first round bye with an impressive 13-3 regular season record, the Green Bay Packers will host the Los Angeles Rams this Saturday afternoon. Though pro football pundits are making predictions based on the 16-games (or 17-games in the case of the Rams) that preceded this Lambeau Field meeting, this game will likely come down to a few intangible factors. More than likely, the fate of these franchises will be determined by the following criteria: Who wants it more? Who shows up ready to play? Which team’s third-string running back has bigger quadriceps?

Beyond having likely league MVP Aaron Rodgers as dialed in as ever and the team riding a six-game winning streak into the postseason, Green Bay also has the distinction of having AJ Dillon on its roster. The rookie running back has played sparingly this season, but has impressed at times. Even before his 124-yard, two-touchdown performance against Tennessee in Week 16, Dillon earned attention among Packers faithful this preseason when fans first got a glimpse of his gigantic getaway sticks.

Thankfully, the muscular rusher—who has been called “Quadzilla” and “The Quadfather”—has embraced the attention. Not only does he employ the Quadzilla hashtag on his TikTok page, he’s also been known to use the platform to pit his legs against common household items and electronics.

@ajdillon2

Reply to @benhouselog The Quad vs PS5

♬ Stuck In The Middle – Tai Verdes

Dillion’s “QuadZilla Vs. Household Items” videos find him comparing the size of random things to the size of his quadriceps. This Ps5 controller never stood a chance.

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Quadzilla Vs. Household Items pt.1 #quadzilla #quadfather

♬ Bank Account – 21 Savage

An avocado has never seemed so small, but we have to admit the iPad gave the rookie a run for his money. We’ve only seen two videos so far, but we urge you to ask Dillon to keep dwarfing things around his house throughout Green Bay’s postseason run.

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