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.
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.