Aaron Rodgers makes NFL history with latest touchdown pass.
Green Bay Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers has proven, yet again, there really isn’t anything he can’t do. In Sunday afternoon’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles, he made NFL history by becoming the first player with five seasons of at least 35 passing TD.
Now that’s impressive.
That’s a feat not even Tom Brady can boast … subtle flex coming ‘atcha.
This isn’t even the only record he’s adding to his growing resume in 2020. In Week 12 he became the 11th player in NFL history to eclipse 50,000 career passing yards.
Aaron Rodgers loves records and we love Aaron Rodgers
Earlier this week Rodgers was even talking about records. A coincidence? I think not.
“When it comes to records and milestones, I love them,” Rodgers said. “I do take pride in them. I think they’re more things you look back on when you’re done playing.”
No matter who you are rooting for this weekend it’s clear one thing … don’t count Rodgers out just yet. He’s got a lot life still left in him.
At press time the Packers were leading the Eagles 14-3 at halftime.
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