3 Best Packers Passing Seasons Since 2000
The Green Bay Packers have been blessed with some incredible quarterback play over the years, which has given them serious continuity at the position. Over the last two decades, they've only had two full-time starters.
With that in mind, let's look at the three best passing seasons Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers have put up since 2000.
Best Packers Passing Seasons of All-Time
3. Brett Favre, 2007
Brett Favre's final season in Green Bay was a terrific farewell. He never shied away from throwing interceptions, but the 15 picks he threw in 2007 were tied for his fewest since his 1996 All-Pro season. His 28 touchdowns also represented a big bounce-back from 2006's mark of 18, and his 4,155 passing yards were his most since 1998. He led the Pack to a 13-3 regular season record that year.
2. Aaron Rodgers, 2014
Aaron Rodgers' most recent NFL MVP award came in 2014, when he threw for 4,381 yards. That total was solid, but what was really staggering was his touchdown-to-interception ratio. Rodgers threw 38 scores with just 5 interceptions on the year. That was the only time he's ever thrown for even 30-plus touchdowns with 5 or fewer interceptions in a season.
1. Aaron Rodgers, 2011
After winning a Super Bowl ring in 2010, Rodgers built on that by putting together one of the best regular-season performances of all time. Leading the Packers to a 14-1 record in his 15 starts, Rodgers set the Packers' single-season records for both passing yards (4,643) and touchdowns (45) while throwing only 6 interceptions. This earned him his first NFL MVP award, though the season ultimately ended with a disappointing Divisional Round playoff loss.
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