Aaron Rodgers reaches a historic touchdown-interception milestone

AP

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw three touchdown passes and no interceptions in Sunday’s win at Chicago, giving him a career total of 229 touchdowns and 57 interceptions. Anyone who follows football knows that’s phenomenal.

But it’s worth pointing out just how phenomenal that really is: Rodgers now has more than four times as many touchdowns as interceptions in his career. No other quarterback in NFL history has ever even had three times as many touchdowns as interceptions.

Rodgers’s career passing numbers are incredible. His 57 interceptions in 3,498 career pass attempts gives him an interception rate of 1.6 percent, the best of any quarterback in NFL history. And his 229 touchdowns give him a touchdown rate of 6.5 percent, the third-highest in NFL history. No one else is even in the Top 10 all-time in both touchdown percentage and interception percentage.

With a career passer rating of 106.3, Rodgers is the most efficient passer the NFL has ever seen. And he’s not done adding to his all-time great numbers.

160 responses to “Aaron Rodgers reaches a historic touchdown-interception milestone

  1. Could easily end up the greatest quarterback of all time. Much respect to Aaron Rodgers, best QB in the game today and a stand up guy to boot.

  2. Green Bay has had (for the most part) amazing QB play for the past 20+ years and that definitely will continue for the foreseeable future.

    Must be nice to be a Packers fan.

  3. Had McNabb retired when he was done instead of overdone, he would be up there. I’m not real high on him these days, but the worms got more balls from him than opposing teams did

  4. Unless his career falls apart, and as hard as it is for me to say this,… When Aaron Rodgers retires, he’ll be the GOAT. He’s already got a lot going for him in that regard, but he needs a couple more Superbowl wins, then there can simply be no debate.

  5. What is phenomenal is that they don’t even really appreciate him in Wisconsin.

    Nationally Rodgers has the 5th top selling jersey out of the entire NFL and ahead of all Packers and Matt Forte. In Wisconsin he is not even the top selling jersey, Matt Forte is. Rodgers is appreciated more on a national level than he is locally.

  6. He’s nothin’ more than a “systems” quarterback. I know this because the Viking fans told me so. They made it very clear.

    They are either telling the truth, or they don’t know what they’re talking about.

  7. Drew Brees has the passing records, so who cares. In fact, if Big Ben had scored a TD in that last-possession in the Super Bowl vs. Packers, then Aaron Rodgers, up until now, would just be an afterthought. Ho-hum.

  8. would have never dreamed we would have a first ballot HOFer in Rodgers even better than our last first ballot HOFer in Favre. we r a very lucky franchise to not have to do the qb carousel like so many other teams have to. Enjoy it while it last packer fans cuz we aint getting a better one after Rodgers is done.

  9. It always has to be compared to his predecessors of the 70s, 80s, and 90s through the specter of the different rules in play in each era. He’s the best of the era since the receiver rules changed in 2006 and again last year. Johnny Unitas is still the G.O.A.T.

  10. Consistent Superior Performance

    Yet so many teams passed on him in the draft including the vikings twice.

    Yet so many QB’s claim to be “elite” and get paid Aaron Rodgers level money.

    Yet some claim he is just a system QB.

    The jealousy is astounding.

  11. What an incredible difference between Rogers and Farve the interception machine. I’ve rooted for GB, but cringed every time Farve let one loose.

  12. I’m a pats fan (and of course Brady can) but I have never understood what value fans of other teams get by denigrating other great players. Rogers is a great player and is on track to be in the G.O.A.T. discussion when he hangs them up

  13. cheeseisfattening says:
    Sep 14, 2015 6:54 PM
    What is phenomenal is that they don’t even really appreciate him in Wisconsin.

    Nationally Rodgers has the 5th top selling jersey out of the entire NFL and ahead of all Packers and Matt Forte. In Wisconsin he is not even the top selling jersey, Matt Forte is. Rodgers is appreciated more on a national level than he is locally.
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    Nice try.

    Those sales figures do not reflect the number of jerseys that were sold prior to that year. I’d bet that 3/4 of the state already had a Rodgers jersey prior to last year, thus, no need to buy another one.

  14. In Teddy We Trust says:
    Sep 14, 2015 6:47 PM
    You’d think with such a great player, they could win more games in the playoffs.
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    Well, it takes more than just a quarterback. And the postseason is very difficult under any circumstance. Marino comes to mind. But this is a curious comment coming from a fan of a team that can’t even GET to the playoffs, much less win a game.

  15. jmdanieli says:
    Sep 14, 2015 6:56 PM
    How many super bowl rings does he have again? Until he has 4, like the GOAT TB 12, does not mean a thing!!!!
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    Yes, but Rodgers is able to accomplish what he’s done without cheating.

    I have no doubt that Rodgers will be considered the greatest QB of all time when he’s done. You could make a really strong case for him being among the top 10 of all time right now.

  16. And the best part is the Minnesota Vikings passed over him in the first round, not once, but twice. They drafted a WR that had stone hands and an injury prone D Lineman, neither lasting more than a few seasons in the NFL.

    So all Packer fans are thankful to the Vikings for this.

  17. He’s a mobile Dan Marino just even more efficient and accurate. It’s too bad he’s been saddled with terrible defensive teams most of his career.

  18. I am a huge Brady fan but will admit Rodgers is definitely the best QB in the league right now. However, I think it often gets overlooked that he has had an embarrassment of riches at the receiver position every year he has been in the league and those guys certainly have done their part in him amassing these amazing numbers

  19. If you can’t say Rodgers is a great quarterback, the team you root for is garbage and Rodgers owns them on the field. Either that, or you are stupid.

  20. Everyone picked ahead of Aaron Rodgers in 2005!

    Alex Smith† QB Utah MWC
    1 2 Miami Dolphins Ronnie Brown† RB Auburn SEC
    1 3 Cleveland Browns Braylon Edwards† WR Michigan Big Ten
    1 4 Chicago Bears Cedric Benson RB Texas Big 12
    1 5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Carnell “Cadillac” Williams RB Auburn SEC
    1 6 Tennessee Titans Adam “Pac-Man” Jones CB West Virginia Big East
    1 7 Minnesota Vikings Troy Williamson WR South Carolina SEC from Oakland
    1 8 Arizona Cardinals Antrel Rolle† CB Miami (FL) ACC
    1 9 Washington Redskins Carlos Rogers† CB Auburn SEC
    1 10 Detroit Lions Mike Williams WR USC Pac-10
    1 11 Dallas Cowboys DeMarcus Ware† LB Troy Sun Belt
    1 12 San Diego Chargers Shawne Merriman† LB Maryland ACC from New York Giants
    1 13 New Orleans Saints Jammal Brown† OT Oklahoma Big 12 from Houston
    1 14 Carolina Panthers Thomas Davis LB Georgia SEC
    1 15 Kansas City Chiefs Derrick Johnson† LB Texas Big 12
    1 16 Houston Texans Travis Johnson DT Florida State ACC from New Orleans
    1 17 Cincinnati Bengals David Pollack LB Georgia SEC
    1 18 Minnesota Vikings Erasmus James DE Wisconsin Big Ten
    1 19 St. Louis Rams Alex Barron OT Florida State ACC
    1 20 Dallas Cowboys Marcus Spears DE LSU SEC from Buffalo[7]
    1 21 Jacksonville Jaguars Matt Jones WR Arkansas SEC
    1 22 Baltimore Ravens Mark Clayton WR Oklahoma Big 12
    1 23 Oakland Raiders Fabian Washington CB Nebraska Big 12 from Seattle

  21. I remember the ESPN coverage of the draft that kept focusing on Aaron as he kept falling further and further down the 1st Round. I also remember the ESPN coverage of the draft that kept focusing on Teddy falling further and further down the 1st Round. I know Teddy is no Aaron. But sometimes what makes Football so much fun is that you just don’t know what the future holds for so many of these players. Way to be, Aaron. Way to be, Teddy. Good players…good guys.

  22. He spent a lot of time watching Favre threw interceptions before he took the reigns in Green Bay.

  23. He can have 100 touch down and 0 int. It’s about winning and getting as many rings. He chokes when it comes to big games. I’d take Montana, Brady, Young, and or Bradshaw over Rodgers any day bc they didn’t choke like him.

  24. In Teddy We Trust says:
    Sep 14, 2015 6:47 PM

    I’m not ashamed to admit that Aaron Rodgers is the best passer of all time.

    You’d think with such a great player, they could win more games in the playoffs.
    ………………………………………………………………………

    And with all of those hall of famers, you would think the Minnesota team would have made a game of at least one of those Superbowl blowouts.

  25. Stats means nothing. Winning is everything, and Rodgers doesn’t have it. He likes to look good in regular season but choke in big championship games, 0-4 in playoffs. Show me 4-5 rings then start talking, otherwise it’s nothing.

  26. He’s been playing Vikings,Lions & Bears six gimme games every year. When he gets to the playoffs he plays against the big boys. Stats are nice but give me rings!

  27. Rodgers has a flaw. No one realizes that as amazing as he has been, he has been a front runner. He generally doesn’t succeed when coming from behind in the fourth quarter. That’s not his way. His stats put him with Cassell, while the truly elite guys all play well in the clutch. Take a look. It’s a serious difference and I believe it’s why he only has one Super Bowl. He loses about 2 games a year more that Brady and Manning because he can’t win from behind in the 4th. Therefore doesn’t win the division, doesn’t get home field advantage and loses.

  28. cheeseisfattening says:
    Sep 14, 2015 6:54 PM

    Nationally Rodgers has the 5th top selling jersey out of the entire NFL and ahead of all Packers and Matt Forte. In Wisconsin he is not even the top selling jersey, Matt Forte is. Rodgers is appreciated more on a national level than he is locally.
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    You’re right Rodgers jersey probably doesn’t sell very good in Wisconsin right now …because most people all ready had one for years…. I see them ALL over the place in Wisconsin, and many of them have the Reebok logo, because thye were purchased before Nike had the right to make them.

    I don’t know how you do things, but most fans don’t spend money on a duplicae jersey just so he can have the top selling jersey in the state.

  29. His WRs aren’t known for getting separation either.

    You see those TDs this past weekend? Include the one that was called back. They were squeaked into a 6 inch hole.

  30. Rodgers is a great passer, but there’s no way he is the greatest quarterback ever. NFL quarterbacks are measured on Super Bowl rings, and Rodgers is not in the conversation.

  31. oldhuskerfan says:
    Sep 14, 2015 6:58 PM

    I’ve rooted for GB, but cringed every time Farve let one loose.
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    That’s what Jenn Sterger said.

  32. codythao35 says:
    Sep 14, 2015 7:29 PM
    Stats means nothing. Winning is everything, and Rodgers doesn’t have it. He likes to look good in regular season but choke in big championship games, 0-4 in playoffs. Show me 4-5 rings then start talking, otherwise it’s nothing.
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    Favre only had one ring. Wasn’t he the greatest quarterback in the history of the Minnesota Vikings? How come he didn’t win one with them? It’s easy, isn’t it? He was the best, wasn’t he? What happened there?

  33. codythao35 says:
    Sep 14, 2015 7:29 PM

    Stats means nothing. Winning is everything, and Rodgers doesn’t have it. He likes to look good in regular season but choke in big championship games, 0-4 in playoffs. Show me 4-5 rings then start talking, otherwise it’s nothing.
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    0-4 in the playoffs? I’m not really sure exactly what that means.

    But, if we were to go by your reasoning , then there has NEVER been a Minnesota Viking worth talking about in the entire history of that franchise.

    Cody, it’s like you’re lobbing me softballs and I’m crushing them out of the park!

  34. poiuyt7 says:
    Sep 14, 2015 7:05 PM

    Yes, but Rodgers is able to accomplish what he’s done without cheating.
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    By his own words, Rodgers is a confirmed cheater, but go on telling yourself that he isn’t. Whatever it takes to get through the day.

  35. So to argue viking fans point that Rodgers isn’t amonG the greatest of all time because of only one ring so far…

    I guess that means Adrian Peterson is average. No rings. One MVP. Made the playoffs only twice in his career and one of those are thanks to a former hall of fame Packer QB.

    It’s a team sport. Dynasties are defined by amount of rings. Great players are defined by individual accomplishments and leadership.

  36. Bills fan here.

    Rings or no rings, Aaron Rodgers is the most talented QB I’ve ever seen. There is nothing that you can ask of a QB that Aaron cannot do. He has it all.

  37. “Nationally Rodgers has the 5th top selling jersey out of the entire NFL and ahead of all Packers and Matt Forte.”

    When the entire state already has his jersey, its hard to make sales go up every year. The Matt Forte jerseys are all bought by Illinoisans getting away from Illinois.

  38. This is what happens when a number one pick gets passed over by 31 teams on National TV and then has to ride the pine for three years to replace a legend.

    They wait for the day to prove the critics wrong.

  39. In an era when several QB’s pass for 5000 yds or close to it, the passing stats of all these QBs are inflated in my opinion. That said, no doubt he is not a risk taker and was blessed to take over a team that was in the NFC title game and has had a solid core of WR. He would not have these numbers in my opinion if he was with a Cleveland, Jacksonville or Raiders. The Packers have a very stable franchise with only a couple of losing seasons since 1992. He is a HOF QB without question.

  40. There is no question rogers has the best arm in the NFL, strong and deadly accurate. he’s also mobile, and has all the physical tools.

    There’s more to QB than that, though, and he’s not at the Brady or Manning level in reading defenses and running the team, and he’s not at the Brady level in delivering when it counts.

    But if you want to rank QB’s strictly by how good they can throw, Rogers wins hands down.

  41. so over inflation is OK, under inflation = cheater? not in my book, ill take 1 brady to 5 Rodgers. 4 TIME SB CHAMP!
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    You Patsie lunatics cant seem to get it through your thick skulls that Brady had the balls deflated AFTER the refs inspected them. Rodgers has never admitted to or been accused with tampering with the balls after the refs inspected them.

  42. When did they stop teaching reading comprehension in America’s schools? What Rodgers said, was that he always had the game balls inflated to the high side of the range BEFORE the officials checked the balls. There is nothing, and was nothing, illegal about that. Ever. But you kids tell yourselves whatever you need to.

  43. The systems quarterback comment nearly always comes from either jealous or ignorant fans. If it was so simple to install a “System” and be as successful as the likes of Rogers, Brady, and Manning every single team in the league would do it.

    Rodgers is amazing his mobility and throwing and ability to read the game are unbelievable and he is the clearly best no 1 qb in the league right now and its not even close.

  44. Four elite QBs in the league over the past decade. Brady, Manning, Brees, and Rodgers. I’m a Saints fan, and if I had to start a franchise with my pick of QB, it would be Rodgers. His only weakness if any, is staying healthy. Gets nicked up a little more than most.

  45. 4 SB Losses & 0 Championships ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ says:
    Sep 14, 2015 8:36 PM

    You Patsie lunatics cant seem to get it through your thick skulls that Brady had the balls deflated AFTER the refs inspected them.
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    Actual deflation below natural change due to weather using the gauge the ref said he used: 0.0 PSI. Look it up.

    That is some really terrible cheating if you don’t actually deflate the balls.

  46. Those are incredible numbers but numbers don’t always tell the whole story. I don’t just go by numbers, but even if I did, I’d separate era’s. The QBs today enjoy a huge advantage. The refs allow such blatant holding because the league wants big numbers. The old guys like Len Dawson and Joe Namath had to face bump and run coverage where DBs could mug WRs all the way downfield. Joe Namath would put up huge numbers today. I wasn’t around for Otto Graham and John Unitas. Some old timers liked Sammy Baugh. I trust my eyes way more than I trust numbers, and my eyes tell me Joe Montana was way better than any of the QBs I’ve seen.

  47. In Teddy We Trust says:
    Sep 14, 2015 6:47 PM

    I’m not ashamed to admit that Aaron Rodgers is the best passer of all time.

    You’d think with such a great player, they could win more games in the playoffs.
    ==================================
    It’s not just a QB that wins Super Bowls. Bob Griese was a lousy playoff QB who threw more INT’s than TD’s for example, and he won 3 Super Bowls.

    Rodgers is one game over .500 in the playoffs. So are Jim Kelly, Fran Tarkenton, Drew Brees.

    Peyton Manning, Dan Marino, Dan Fouts, Sonny Jurgensen, and Warren Moon all have losing records. They are all pretty good QB’s.

  48. thenoshows says:
    Sep 14, 2015 8:20 PM
    In an era when several QB’s pass for 5000 yds or close to it, the passing stats of all these QBs are inflated in my opinion. That said, no doubt he is not a risk taker and was blessed to take over a team that was in the NFC title game and has had a solid core of WR. He would not have these numbers in my opinion if he was with a Cleveland, Jacksonville or Raiders. The Packers have a very stable franchise with only a couple of losing seasons since 1992. He is a HOF QB without question.

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    Tell this to Vikings fans who insist he is the whole team and the rest of the roster is garbage.

  49. To all saying #12 is greater than #12… why can’t we all agree that we like our #12?

    Pats fans will pick their #12 over GB’s #12
    and
    GB fans will pick their #12 over NE’s #12

    in other words, suck for you if your QB is not wearing #12.

  50. Unfortunately, after the dust has settled over deflate-gate, the ONLY current quarterback we know to have tried to get non-regulation footballs into a game is … Aaron Rogers, by his own admission. Otherwise, known as trying to CHEAT. Unless he was lying, it is a fact, and it is indisputable.

    Is anyone going to argue that you can try to cheat all you want … as long as you don’t succeed?

  51. Wow, Aaron Rodgers. Made me go back and statistically reminisce Favre’s 336 interceptions over his career; at this rate Rodgers should surpass that by the time he turns 65. His touchdown total at this point in his career seems to closely resemble Favre while his INT level barely scratches his counterparts levels. Not surprising though, Favre’s lifetime QBR of 86.0 is still a full 4 points shy of the newly benched RG3 (90.6)

  52. Nope. Rodgers never tried to get illegal balls into a game. Not even once. He never said he had balls inflated beyond the legal range. He said he had balls inflated to the high end of the legal range, knowing the refs may still let some air out.

    That’s a whole lot different than what Brady was accused of doing… if Brady even did it. I’m not in a position to know for sure either way.

    Repeating something that isn’t true over and over again doesn’t make it true.

  53. Great QB. Too back Green Bay is doing to him what they did to Favre in his last 10 years in GB: giving him no defense.

    Defense wins Superbowls and tough playoff games.

  54. Aaron is great but I’m pleased with our Brady. He make-do with whatever bargain receivers he has. Rodgers is only 32 years old and he has a few more years to win more SBs. I just hope that Jordy recovers well so we can all have great football all around. We are blessed to witness Brady, Rodgers, Peyton , Ben, Eli, Brees, Flacco, Rivers etc. I look at the young upcoming ones and I wonder if the golden age of football is at an end. Now coaches complain that colleges are churning QBs that know much about their trade. I got hopeful when Mariotta did great in his first game. Maybe we can still enjoy great football in the future.

    I know most of you hate Brady, but I hope Brady wins another SB. I want to see that in my time a great feat was attained. Heck! If Rodgers can do it I’ll be giddy too. I’d like to know that the pursuit of excellence is alive and well in our country even if it only manifests in football.

  55. I always get a laugh at the “he doesn’t have enough game winning drives”. What is that? If the team jumps out to a lead after the opening kickoff and never looks back, is that a “game winning drive”? If you love stats, what might be interesting to check would be the leaders in “game winning drives” and what their overall point margins were in their careers, and compare that to the point margin in Rodgers career. Me thinks you’d be seeing single digit versus double digit results.

  56. “I like to push the limits of how much air we can put in the football, even go over what they allow you to do,” Aaron Rodgers

    Deflate-gate was a sham and it’s good that Brady was finally exonerated … It’s too bad that Aaron Rodgers wasn’t so fortunate.

  57. Actual deflation below natural change due to weather using the gauge the ref said he used: 0.0 PSI. Look it up.

    That is some really terrible cheating if you don’t actually deflate the balls.
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    LOL Unfortunately the deflation was much higher for the Patriots than the Colts. But that was merely a strange coincidence.

  58. very impressive. I’m too old to put him all that high on my “all time” list just yet (easier than ever to play QB today) but I do enjoy watching him play. And 4:1 when 3:1 has never been done?…Wow

  59. Re Lee,

    I think another part of the problem is newly drafted QBs getting thrown to the wolves too soon and getting their confidence destroyed. It used to be the norm for them to sit for a year or two and learn, with a very rare few being pressed into duty as rookies.

    Now, everybody tries to start them right away and it rarely seems to work out. Sure, some work out, but a whole lot more fail; and once they’ve failed, they never seem to recover.

  60. Rodgers uses overinflated balls so if you think Brady is cheating then so is Aaron

    this is an amazing stat. Rodgers is great, in Brady’ neighborhood for sure. will he be playing at 38? will he get more rings? side by side comparison would put Brady ahead in more categories at the moment so let them retire and we get the whole picture. unless you’re just a groupie that is.

  61. smedley61 says:
    Sep 14, 2015 9:29 PM

    I always get a laugh at the “he doesn’t have enough game winning drives”. What is that? If the team jumps out to a lead after the opening kickoff and never looks back, is that a “game winning drive”? If you love stats, what might be interesting to check would be the leaders in “game winning drives” and what their overall point margins were in their careers, and compare that to the point margin in Rodgers career. Me thinks you’d be seeing single digit versus double digit results

    game winning drive means you were probably picked a couple times that put you behind. Elway was famous for that.

  62. All good stuff. Not sure what’s my favorite, Cody’s cogent analysis and astute observations, Carl’s rantings about offseason championships and apparently, tasting Vike fan tears, Teddy’s thinly veiled jealousy; hard to choose, but sadly I think my favorite (and this is from a long time Vike fan) is vikingfanlogic pointing out that Rodgers has as many playoff wins since 2010 as my Vikes do since 1988. Dang it.

  63. Nope. Wrong again… after the refs have checked the balls and adjusted them if necessary, Rodgers hasn’t had them changed. He’s used the game balls the refs have deemed to be correct.

    But keep trying. Before long, you will have convinced yourselves that the Vikings have won all 75 of the previous 49 Super Bowls.

  64. kitz626 says:
    Sep 14, 2015 7:45 PM
    Rodgers is great but Montana is the best that ever lived.
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    That’s one heck of a conversation. I’m all Packers, but you had to appreciate how Montana was so damn good. Smooth, calm, collected. Aaron has all that and more. He’s way more mobile than Montana. It’s a close call. Another QB that I thought was under appreciated – Warren Moon. As pure a passer I ever saw.

  65. I trust my eyes way more than I trust numbers, and my eyes tell me Joe Montana was way better than any of the QBs I’ve seen

    way better? I saw Montana many times. great yes, way better than Brady? not so much. GOAT? Numbers are the only way. takes the hero worship out of the equation.

  66. The Almighty Cabbage says:
    Sep 14, 2015 9:22 PM
    Nope. Rodgers never tried to get illegal balls into a game. Not even once. He never said he had balls inflated beyond the legal range. He said he had balls inflated to the high end of the legal range, knowing the refs may still let some air out.

    That’s a whole lot different than what Brady was accused of doing… if Brady even did it. I’m not in a position to know for sure either way.

    Repeating something that isn’t true over and over again doesn’t make it true.
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    Brady said he wanted the ball guy to show the refs the rule on ball inflation so they would not over inflate them again, as they were in the Jets game. He wanted them in the legal range. Of course, glossed over in the Wells report.

  67. The Almighty Cabbage says:
    Sep 14, 2015 9:46 PM

    Nope. Wrong again… after the refs have checked the balls and adjusted them if necessary, Rodgers hasn’t had them changed. He’s used the game balls the refs have deemed to be correct

    and you know this how?

  68. “I like to push the limits of how much air we can put in the football, even go over what they allow you to do,” Aaron Rodgers

    That’s called trying to cheat to anyone but a delusional GB fan.
    It doesn’t really matter if the refs sometimes catch you and fix the pressure. Your effort to cheat makes you a cheater.

  69. I think Rodgers is the best qb in the league without much room for argument, but I don’t think the outcome is the same if any other team drafts him. he had the “benefit” (I’m sure he didn’t feel that way at the time) of sitting behind Favre to learn the offense and how to play the quarterback position in the NFL for 3 years. he’s had the same coach with the same offense ever since he was drafted. if any other team would have drafted him he would have been thrown in to start right away, if he failed, either he would have been cut or traded, or the coach would have been fired and a new offensive system installed. obviously he has all the tools for success but I’m just pointing out that a lot of things fell into place for him to be as successful as he has been. if you look around the league, the perennial contenders are the teams that have kept their upper management and quarterback intact.

  70. conormacleod says:
    Sep 14, 2015 9:35 PM
    He may be the best regular season QB of all time.

    ——

    That alone is a compliment.

    He took it from Brett Favre, who took it from Dan Marino, who took it from Fran Tarkenton.

  71. Admitted cheater/ No integrity/ pays no attention
    to the rules / thinks Ryan Braun is a standup guy
    Won’t admit God cares more about Russell Wilson
    than him/ discounted double check/ Hans & Franz
    pump up his balls/ #nowaygoat

  72. mtb2253 says:
    Sep 14, 2015 9:52 PM


    and you know this how?

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    Ya know what? You’re right. I don’t know it to be 100% accurate. But I DO know that Rodgers has never been accused of any wrongdoing, other than what occurs from guys like you.

    If that’s what it takes for you to feel better about whatever team you root for, have at it. I’m not going to lose any sleep over it and I would have to think Rodgers wouldn’t lose any sleep over it either.

    Now let’s all go tune in to MNF, where the Vikings set off on their quest to win Super Bowl number 76 of the 50 that will have been played at season’s end.

  73. Nope. Wrong again… after the refs have checked the balls and adjusted them if necessary, Rodgers hasn’t had them changed. He’s used the game balls the refs have deemed to be correct

    and you know this how?
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    Maybe because the refs INSPECTED them BEFORE the game and nobody from the Packers is accused of taking a bag of footballs into the bathroom for a few minutes on the way out to the field?

  74. There is NO evidence any tampering occured. the NFL told Judge Berman there was no evidence.
    Watch 60 minutes sports, “cheating with in the rules” it EXONERATES the Pats!
    I believe Tom!

  75. 4 SB Losses & 0 Championships ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ says:
    Sep 14, 2015 10:16 PM

    Nope. Wrong again… after the refs have checked the balls and adjusted them if necessary, Rodgers hasn’t had them changed. He’s used the game balls the refs have deemed to be correct

    and you know this how?
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    Maybe because the refs INSPECTED them BEFORE the game and nobody from the Packers is accused of taking a bag of footballs into the bathroom for a few minutes on the way out to the field?

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    Let it go. There’s no sense in trying to talk sense to some of these people. One simply cannot reason with the insane. People that tell the same lie over and over again until they come to believe that it’s actually true are clinically Sociopathic; one of the most dangerous types of insanity.

    Add Sociopathy to how delusional they’ve shown themselves to be over the years and the fact that they find nothing wrong whatsoever with a grown man beating a 4 year old with a stick until the child’s scrotum bleeds, and we are well on our way to a whole bunch of serial killers.

    4 SB Losses & 0 Championships ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ says:
    Sep 14, 2015 10:16 PM
    Nope. Wrong again… after the refs have checked the balls and adjusted them if necessary, Rodgers hasn’t had them changed. He’s used the game balls the refs have deemed to be correct

    and you know this how?
    ——————
    Maybe because the refs INSPECTED them BEFORE the game and nobody from the Packers is accused of taking a bag of footballs into the bathroom for a few minutes on the way out to the field?

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Let it go. There’s no sense in trying to talk sense to some of these people. One simply cannot reason with the insane. People that tell the same lie over and over again until they come to believe that it’s actually true are clinically Sociopathic; one of the most dangerous types of insanity.

    Add Sociopathy to how delusional they’ve shown themselves to be over the years and the fact that they find nothing wrong whatsoever with a grown man beating a 4 year old with a stick until the child’s scrotum bleeds, and we are well on our way to a whole bunch of serial killers.

    Next thing ya know, their insanity and competitiveness will lead them to try and overtake Ed Gein and Jeff Dahmer.

  76. Hey 4 SB Losses 0 Championships

    You seem to think its not cheating when
    Rodgers tells his guys to overinflate
    Really – because ? The refs then check him ?
    He’s already cheated regardless of what the red
    does- he already broke the rules and
    conspired to do it /. Refs taking air out doesn’t
    change anything # aaronrogerscheats

  77. And to think Packers fans didn’t want Rodgers and were willing to let him walk when Lord Favre unretired… again. We all remember Packers fans booing Rodgers at that training camp, blasting him because he didn’t look great in previous preseason games, etc.

    Pack fans even blasted Rodgers because they were duped into thinking he sucked because they thought he had “weird” mechanics. In reality, Rodgers just held the ball high because he could release the ball faster. At CAL he was a deadly accurate passer and had a rocket arm. He tied the national record for consecutive completions against the eventual BCS champions, U$C in an away game.

  78. ariani1985 says:
    Sep 14, 2015 9:42 PM
    let’s not forget he couldn’t even sniff the field his first 3 years in the league!

    #can’tread defense.

    LOL!!! Yeah, because there was another HOF quarterback still playing.

  79. You seem to think its not cheating when
    Rodgers tells his guys to overinflate
    Really – because ? The refs then check him ?
    He’s already cheated regardless of what the red
    does- he already broke the rules and
    conspired to do it /. Refs taking air out doesn’t
    change anything # aaronrogerscheats
    ————–
    LOL You Patsies are ridiculous. He said the inflate them to the high side of the range because they take air out during the testing process.

    But….suppose they were overinflated. There is a reason why the ref’s check them. The teams inflation guage could be different than the officials. You could inflate them to 50 PSI, it wouldn’t matter…because the ref’s woul disallow it before the game is started and adjust the pressure accordingly.

    And since you say it is cheating….then why wouldn’t the refs suspend him from the game or eject him when they measure the footballs and find them to be overinflated? Your logic fails you horribly. I thought Boston had good schools. What happened?

  80. ariani1985 says:
    Sep 14, 2015 9:42 PM
    let’s not forget he couldn’t even sniff the field his first 3 years in the league!

    #can’tread defense.

    That’s like suggesting Steve Young sucked because he had to sit behind Joe Montana for a couple years.

  81. Nice try 4SB losses
    He wants no upper limit on inflation
    but wants a lower limit? Ya right
    #aaronrogerscheats
    #nointegrity

    Btw I’m from NC cheesehead

  82. 4 SB Losses & 0 Championships ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ says:
    Sep 14, 2015 11:03 PM

    And since you say it is cheating….then why wouldn’t the refs suspend him from the game or eject him when they measure the footballs and find them to be overinflated? Your logic fails you horribly. I thought Boston had good schools. What happened?
    ——————————-

    Good grief. Everyone knows the refs only give the footballs a cursory squeeze before the game. They don’t measure the footballs.

    Rodgers says they overinflate them, hoping to get them past the refs.

    Troy Vincent was asked at the Brady appeal hearing why the NFL didn’t investigate Rodgers’ claim that they overinflate the footballs, and Troy Vincent actually said, on record, that they didn’t want to overreact. Isn’t that the most hilarious thing you have ever heard? They didn’t want to overreact?

  83. I don’t want to hear any talk about Montana and his super bowls…. He did all that before the era of free agency, when your team immediately starts to get dismantled in this age of parity…..

  84. “Is it correct that he has never beaten a team with a top 5 defense ????”

    HAHAHAHAHA!!! no. incorrect. the Steelers had the #2 defense when the Packers beat them in the most important football game of the 2010 season. stop being a dummy.

  85. There’s another Brett riding the pine these days in Green Bay who sure looks like he could step in to continue the run when Aaron is ready to call it quits.

  86. And to think , early on cheeseheads were booing the guy before they gave him a chance. But many later apologized and he forgave them. Big ups to A-Rodg!

  87. It’s almost as if years ago Packers fans said, “Wow Favre is great, but it would be awesome to have a QB who didn’t throw so many interceptions!”

    And the football gods made Aaron Rodgers..

  88. bullcharger says:
    Sep 14, 2015 8:34 PM

    “Look at 4th quarter comebacks and game winning drives on pfref. It’s the thing that sets the greatest QBs apart. Rodgers is just plain bad at it.”

    ———–

    Yup, Saint Aaron has STILL never led a 4th quarter comeback in the regular season against a team that ends the year with a winning record. It’s something like ZERO for 25 in that column.

  89. I give Rodgers way more credit for actually admitting he likes his footballs inflated to the highest level within an acceptable range, as opposed to Brady who just makes me quezzy typing his name, and who will forever be remembered as a good QB and a total sleezeball. Guilty or not, Brady will never gain the respect of most fans outside of Bawstun.

    #****bradyssuperbowlringsaretainted

  90. smedley61 says:
    Sep 14, 2015 9:29 PM
    I always get a laugh at the “he doesn’t have enough game winning drives”. What is that? If the team jumps out to a lead after the opening kickoff and never looks back, is that a “game winning drive”? If you love stats, what might be interesting to check would be the leaders in “game winning drives” and what their overall point margins were in their careers, and compare that to the point margin in Rodgers career. Me thinks you’d be seeing single digit versus double digit results.

    ————————————————————————————–

    All you’re doing is reaffirming that Rodgers is a great front runner.
    If his teams are always jumping out to these huge leads and pounding the opposition, shouldn’t he have a career record (regular season+playoffs) better than 77-38?

  91. bullcharger says:
    Sep 14, 2015 7:38 PM

    Rodgers has a flaw. No one realizes that as amazing as he has been, he has been a front runner. He generally doesn’t succeed when coming from behind in the fourth quarter. That’s not his way. His stats put him with Cassell, while the truly elite guys all play well in the clutch. Take a look. It’s a serious difference and I believe it’s why he only has one Super Bowl. He loses about 2 games a year more that Brady and Manning because he can’t win from behind in the 4th. Therefore doesn’t win the division, doesn’t get home field advantage and loses.
    ================================

    yeah, the packers have only won the division 4 straight years… nice try though…

  92. It don’t mean a thing if you ain’t got that ring.

    Last year GB had Seattle down in the NFC playoffs and Seattle won.

    Last year Seattle – with the league’s best defense – had my Pats down 24-14 going into the 4th quarter.

    My Pats won.

    I admire Aaron Rogers and I enjoy his “pump you up” commercials, and his stats are indeed impressive, but there still remains the simple fact that four is more than one.

    As I said – it don’t mean a thing if you ain’t got that ring.

  93. 1historian says:
    Sep 15, 2015 10:09 AM

    It don’t mean a thing if you ain’t got that ring.

    Last year GB had Seattle down in the NFC playoffs and Seattle won.

    Last year Seattle – with the league’s best defense – had my Pats down 24-14 going into the 4th quarter.

    My Pats won.

    I admire Aaron Rogers and I enjoy his “pump you up” commercials, and his stats are indeed impressive, but there still remains the simple fact that four is more than one.

    As I said – it don’t mean a thing if you ain’t got that ring.
    _________________________________

    Those four SB rings on Brady’s fingers are meaningless when a majority of folks think they’re tainted! Sorry son, your boy Brady is a GOAT alright, as in the kind that eats grass in the pasture. He’s now one of the most hated and un-admired athletes in all of sports. Guilty or not in the courts, he’s guilty in the eyes of the public. Congrats to him and the folks in “Bahstun” on that.

  94. Here’s a stat – 1 SB appearance. The same as Dilfer and 1/3 as many as Big Ben.
    #moreworriedaboutpersonalstats

  95. futuresbmvpleveon says:
    Sep 15, 2015 12:06 PM
    Here’s a stat – 1 SB appearance. The same as Dilfer and 1/3 as many as Big Ben.
    //////////////////////////////////////

    Here’s a stat: He’s not a rapist.

  96. cheeseisfattening says:
    Sep 14, 2015 6:54 PM
    What is phenomenal is that they don’t even really appreciate him in Wisconsin.

    Nationally Rodgers has the 5th top selling jersey out of the entire NFL and ahead of all Packers and Matt Forte. In Wisconsin he is not even the top selling jersey, Matt Forte is. Rodgers is appreciated more on a national level than he is locally. ————————————————————————————————————————————————————— you couldn’t be more wrong, yes this year there were more forte jerseys sold in wisconsin at dicks sporting good than any other jersey. however, in case you didn’t know it there are more stores to purchase jerseys from other than dicks… and that article that came out a couple of weeks ago only included this year, i’m pretty sure most packers fans already have their 12 jersey… #facts

  97. Inflating balls then letting the refs check them = deflating balls after the refs check them. Only Bears, Lions, and Vikings fans would see it that way.

  98. zero for 25 in 4th quarter combacks?? lolol. he’s never even had that many opportunities. he’s only lost 33 games total in the regular season and 10 of those were ’08. makin up stats to bolster your lame argument. stop it, liar.

  99. Raiders passed on the GOAT QBs in 2005.. LMAO Just makes you want to puke…over and over and over.. Did i tell you that the Raiders could have drafted Calvin Johnson and Adrian Peterson too?

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