Tensions are at their boiling point for episode five and while we're sad to see the show go, we're definitely ready for things to overflow into one big climax which we've been waiting a long time for.
But in either role, the 35-year-old's fate most likely remained the same as Daenerys and Drogon destroyed King's Landing, turning numerous soldiers and civilians in the city to ash with dragons breath.
Rodgers showed that he's more than just a talented signal caller, as he portrayed a Lannister soldier in one of the series' most momentous clashes.
He also shared a photo in full costume on social media, giving fans another opportunity to locate him throughout the episode.
The Game of Thrones cameos usually come out about when the creators and celebrity fans are mutual fans of each other. His fandom has even translated to the football field, shooting a Jon Snow-style promo for the Lambeau Field Atrium to greet fans and was even shared on the "Game of Thrones" Twitter account.
The series finale of "Game of Thrones" airs Sunday.