3 Teams Aaron Rodgers has Dominated the Most

Aaron Rodgers has dominated these teams over his career.
Aaron Rodgers has dominated these teams over his career. / Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

Aaron Rodgers has already cemented a place among the greatest quarterbacks of all time. By any metric, he's been one of the best quarterbacks in football over the last 12 years.

However, with some uncertainty swirling around the Packers, it's worth taking a look to see which teams Rodgers has dominated the most in his career. Those franchises, particularly those in the NFC North, will be glad to see Rodgers retire someday.

3. Los Angeles Rams

Aaron Rodgers plays against the Rams.
Aaron Rodgers plays against the Rams. / Joe Robbins/Getty Images

In five career games against the Rams, Aaron Rodgers is 4-1 with a 113.8 passer rating, 11 touchdowns and just 3 interceptions. The Rams haven't been the best opposition for much of his time in the NFL, but Rodgers has still been utterly dominant against them. Rodgers lost his most recent meeting in 2018, but he still played well and was undone by a late fumble.

2. Minnesota Vikings

Aaron Rodgers plays against the Vikings in 2019.
Aaron Rodgers plays against the Vikings in 2019. / Stephen Maturen/Getty Images

While Rodgers' head-to-head record against the Vikings isn't the best on the list at 14-8-1, Rodgers has carved them up throughout his career. Even though the Vikings have had great defenses in recent years, Rodgers has 43 touchdowns to just 7 interceptions in 23 career meetings. He has posted completion rate of 67.7 percent and a stunning 107.2 passer rating against his division rival. The Vikings have given the Packers plenty of trouble, and Rodgers' average yardage totals are lower than his career totals, but his performances are typically not why Green Bay has lost — as evidenced by that impressive passer rating.

1. Chicago Bears

Aaron Rodgers plays against the Bears in 2019.
Aaron Rodgers plays against the Bears in 2019. / Stacy Revere/Getty Images

Aaron Rodgers has psychologically tortured the Chicago Bears to a ridiculous extent. His career head-to-head record is a ridiculous 19-5, and he's made so many great plays against them in the clutch that it's hard to keep track. From the infamous playoff win in 2010 to knocking them out of playoffs in 2015, Rodgers has been Bears' fans biggest nightmare. His stats, a 47:10 TD-to-INT ratio and a 104.0 passer rating in the regular season, are fantastic, but Rodgers is also just living rent-free in Bears' fans heads at this point. The Jordan Love era can't come soon enough for Bears fans.

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