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Aaron Rodgers breaks another Packers franchise record

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Green Bay Packers might be in the midst of a horrible season. In no way does that mean Aaron Rodgers isn’t playing elite-level football.

The future Hall of Famer continues to do what he can to overcome coaching and a lack of talent on the roster. That was evident Sunday against the hapless Arizona Cardinals, a day that actually represents Rodgers 35th birthday.

Prior to hitting Davante Adams for the game’s first score, Rodgers broke a longstanding Packers franchise record, tossing his 295th consecutive pass without an interception.

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One of the most accurate quarterbacks in league history, Rodgers has now thrown 21 touchdowns compared to one interception on the season.

All said, the Super Bowl-winning signal caller has 334 touchdown passes with only 79 interceptions. That’s one of the most ridiculous stats we’ll ever come across.

At 4-6-1 on the season, Green Bay needs to win out in order to have any chance at playing postseason football. Rodgers is certainly doing his part here.