​​​NFL Kicks Off 100th Season - Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers

In 2018, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers registered his seventh career season with at least 4,000 passing yards (4,442) while throwing 25 touchdowns with just two interceptions.

Rodgers' two interceptions during the 2018 season were the fewest in a season in league history by a quarterback with at least 500 attempts, and his career interception percentage (1.46) is the lowest among all players in league annals (minimum 1,000 attempts).

From Weeks 4-15, Rodgers threw 402 consecutive pass attempts without an interception, surpassing TOM BRADY (358 consecutive attempts from 2010-11) for the most consecutive pass attempts without an interception in NFL history.

Entering his 15th season, Aaron Rodgers has a 103.1 career passer rating, the highest passer rating of any quarterback in NFL history ahead of Russell Wilson 100.3, Drew Brees 97.7 and Tom Brady 97.6 (minimum 1,000 attempts).

In 165 career NFL games, Rodgers has 42,944 passing yards and ranks 10th in league history with 338 touchdown passes, including four seasons with at least 35 touchdown passes. He needs five touchdown passes to surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer FRAN TARKENTON (342 touchdown passes) for ninth-most in NFL history.

With at least 35 touchdown passes in 2019, Aaron Rodgers can become the first quarterback in league annals to accomplish the feat in five different seasons.

    "He's done that every year. He's got the highest quarterback rating in the history of the NFL by a wide margin and that's a big reason why. He's never thrown a lot of picks.” - Denver Broncos head coach VIC FANGIO on Aaron Rodgers

​​​NFL Kicks Off 100th Season - Aaron Rodgers - NFL 100