Aaron Rodgers completed 23-of-30 passes for 250 yards and four touchdowns and added six rushes for 21 yards Monday against the Minnesota Vikings. Rodgers was surgical again, and is now up to 28 passing touchdowns against just three interceptions. He also tied Peyton Manning’s record of nine straight games with a passer rating above 100, and with the reeling Bucs on deck at home, he should have no problem eclipsing that mark. With that said, the Green Packers are 9-0 while riding the back of the leagues best quarterback.
The defense has been suspect all year allowing the second highest total passing yards per game with 284.3 yards per game with adequate rush defense allowing 100.4 yards per game. But who cares about those stats?! Aaron Rodgers is completing 72.5% of his passes and is on pace to throw for over 5,000 yards and 50+ touchdowns. Last person to do that? Tom Brady and those magnificent pats back in 2007 when they reached the super bowl. If history means anything then you all can count on the big cheese being in another super bowl.