As MDS recently pointed out, the 400-yard passing game is no longer special. It got less special on Sunday.
According to the NFL, three quarterbacks threw for more than 400 yards and no interceptions on the same day for the first time in league history.
The trio consists of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, and Eagles quarterback Mike Vick.
Further confirming the meaninglessness of the 400-yard passing game, Vick threw for 428 yards, two touchdowns, and no picks — and lost.
Already this year, there have been five 400-yard, no-pick performances through two weeks of action. The record for a full season is six.
In all, there have been six 400-yard passing performances, the most in any two-week span in league history.