Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers continues to wreak havoc on the league in his 16th NFL season. Rodgers has elevated the offense around him despite his team's lacking offseason moves, which comes as no surprise for the two-time MVP.
Rodgers can rack up two more career milestones in Week 13 against the Philadelphia Eagles.
With 2 TDs, he'll become the first player to have five seasons of 35 or more passing touchdowns.
With 3 touchdown passes, he will become the fastest player to reach 400 career passing TDs, shattering the record of 205 games set by fellow future-Hall-of-Famer Drew Brees.
Rodgers has already thrown for 3,100 yards (sixth in the league) and 33 TDs (first in the league) this season, all while accounting for just 4 interceptions. The Green Bay QB is in the thick of the MVP race with his scorching play.
Rodgers has a chance to make history against the Eagles in Week 13. The Packers are 7.5-point favorites in that matchup.
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