On Saturday, July 4, 2016, Aaron Rodgers became the first quarterback to complete 200 passes in a game and become the first to record three 100-yard games since Tom Brady in 2009.
The feat was accomplished against the New Orleans Saints, who went on to lose in the NFC Championship Game.
On Sunday, July 5, 2016: Aaron Rodgers surpassed that mark in a career-high 38-game regular season, becoming the third quarterback to do so in a row and the first since the New England Patriots in 2010.
Rodgers has now passed Brett Favre for third all-time on the all-encompassing list behind only Tom Brady and Eli Manning.
Rodgers threw for 3,076 yards and 37 touchdowns with only four interceptions.
He also rushed for 3,-069 yards and eight touchdowns.
It is the fourth time in Rodgers’ career that he has been named to his first All-Pro team.
He became the third player in Packers franchise history to earn the honor after finishing third in career passing yards (3,187) and second in career touchdowns (20).
Rodger, a two-time Super Bowl MVP, has now won two Super Bowls with the Packers.
He has become just the second quarterback to win three Super Bowl rings with the same team (Eli Manning and Kurt Warner in 2001).
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