Aaron Rodgers Career Stats, Earnings, Hall of Fame Chances, Super Bowl Record and Facts

Aaron Rodgers Career Stats, Earnings, Hall of Fame Chances, Super Bowl Record and Facts


Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has played for 16 years in his NFL career since the Steelers selected him with the No. 24 overall pick of the 2005 NFL Draft.

Here's a look at Aaron Rodgers's career stats, earnings, record and more.

Aaron Rodgers Career Record

Aaron Rodgers has a 126-63-1 regular season NFL record as a starting quarterback. All 190 of those starts were with the Green Bay Packers.

Aaron Rodgers Playoff Record

Ben Roethlisberger has a career playoff record of 11-8 as a starting quarterback. All 19 of those games were with the Steelers.

Aaron Rodgers Career Stats

Over his NFL career, Aaron Rodgers has made 190 starts and completed 4,285 of his 6,587 pass attempts (65.1% completion rate) for 51,245 yards with 412 touchdowns and 89 interceptions.

Aaron Rodgers Playoff Stats

In 19 career NFL Playoff games, Aaron Rodgers has completed 448 of 697 pass attempts (64.3%) for 5,323 yards with 42 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.

Aaron Rodgers Super Bowl Rings

Aaron Rodgers has made 1 Super Bowl appearance in his career, defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV.

Aaron Rodgers NFL Records

Aaron Rodgers has the NFL career record for lowest interception rate, at 1.4%.

Aaron Rodgers Hall of Fame

Pro-Football-Reference's Hall of Fame Monitor (HOFm) projects Aaron Rodgers for an above-average chance to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The average QB in the Hall of Fame has an HOFm score of 101, while Rodgers has a career score of 148.72 — the sixth-highest for any QB in NFL history.

Aaron Rodgers Career Earnings

Aaron Rodgers has $240,914,529 in career earnings over his 16 NFL seasons. All of that came with the Pittsburgh Steelers. If he plays to the end of his current contract, those earnings will grow to $313,914,529.

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