With four touchdown passes on Monday night, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has 28 this season, putting him on pace to tie Tom Brady’s NFL record of 50 in a year.
That’s not something Rodgers is concerned about.
“Yeah, not really thinking about that, to be honest,” Rodgers said after the game, when asked about the single-season touchdown record. “We’re thinking about winning our division and getting a home playoff game and all of that will take care of itself. I just want to be efficient and consistent and get us in good situations. If we’re doing that and I’m not turning the ball over, we’re going to be in every game.”
Rodgers also didn’t sound too impressed with the way the Packers played on Monday night.
“We had way too many negative-yardage plays and I think we left some yards out there on the field,” Rodgers said. “But they have a good defense. They did some good things tonight, kind of slowed us down there a little bit in the first half. We’ve got to be a little bit better converting those third downs early on.”
The idea of Rodgers and the Packers getting better has to be scary for the rest of the NFL.