Rodgers apologized to the fans, saying the NFL apparently isn't willing to do so itself.
"I just feel bad for the fans," Rodgers said on the show. "They pay good money and the game is being tarnished by an NFL who obviously cares more about saving a little money than having the integrity of the game diminish a little bit."
Replacement officials ruled that a last-second scrum in the end zone resulted in a touchdown to Seahawks receiver Golden Tate - when Rodgers, his teammates, Packers fans and much of the football-watching public saw a clear-cut interception by the Packers' M.D. Jennings in Seattle's 14-12 win on Monday night.
"Our sport is generated, the multi-billion dollar machine is generated, by people coming to watch us play," Rodgers said. "And the product that is on the field is not being complemented by an appropriate set of officials. The games are getting out of control."
Rodgers spent part of the show reading an NFL-issued statement on the air, poking holes in the league's official explanation.
Rodgers dismissed the statement's assertion that "officials" determined that both Tate and Jennings had possession of the ball.
And the quarterback also scoffed at the notion that replacement referee Wayne Elliott determined that there was no indisputable visual evidence to overturn the call on the field through instant replay.
"I mean, come on, Wayne, that's embarrassing," Rodgers said. "This is the NFL here saying they should have called pass interference and saying that the refs got it right in the end zone. Unbelievable."
Packers coach Mike McCarthy continued to take the high road, but did acknowledge that he thought the play "clearly" was an interception. And his colleagues around the NFL apparently thought the same thing.
"I received more text messages and emails than I did after [winning] the Super Bowl," McCarthy said. "I can tell the impact this made."
Not surprisingly, on his weekly radio appearance in Seattle, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll had a different point of view than Rodgers.
Carroll said he understands why there is so much outrage about the call, but added, "They called it and the league backed it up and game over, we win."