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NFL 2014: Aaron Rodgers Set to Play 100th Career NFL Game
Drafted in the first round (No. 24 overall) of the 2005 NFL Draft out of California, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers appeared in seven games during his first three seasons before taking over as the team's starting quarterback in 2008.
In his 92 career regular-season starts, Rodgers has guided the Packers to a 61-31 record (.663). He has been selected to three Pro Bowls (2009, 2011 and 2012 seasons) and was named the 2011 Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player.
"People really count on me to be consistent each week and to play well," says Rodgers. "If I'm playing consistent and doing things I know I'm supposed to do, we'll be able to have some success because of it."
In the postseason, he has won five games (5-4 record), including Super Bowl XLV when he was named the game's Most Valuable Player.
"Aaron is the leader of the Green Bay Packers," says head coach MIKE MC CARTHY about Rodgers, "and serves as a great example to our entire organization, fans and community."
Earlier this season, Rodgers reached 25,000 career passing yards and is one of only five players all-time to reach the milestone in his first 100 games. Rodgers, who reached the mark in his 98th game, needed the fewest attempts (3,065) in NFL history to accomplish the feat.
The players with the most passing yards in their first 100 games:
|Source: NFL *Through 99 games|
|Kurt Warner||Rams, Giants, Arizona||1998-2008||26,097|
|Aaron Rodgers*||Green Bay||2005-Present||25,352|
Last week against Minnesota, Rodgers threw three touchdown passes, including the 200th of his career. He reached 200 touchdown passes in his 99th game, the second-fastest in NFL history behind only Pro Football Hall of Famer DAN MARINO (89 games).
The NFL quarterbacks to reach 200 touchdown passes in the fewest number of games:
|Player||Team(s)||Seasons||Games to 200|
|Aaron Rodgers||Green Bay||2005-2014||99|
|Brett Favre||Atlanta, Green Bay||1991-1998||107|
|Tom Brady||New England||2000-2009||116|
At the time of his 200th career touchdown pass, Rodgers had thrown only 53 interceptions, the fewest at the time of the milestone and 35 fewer than the next closest player (TOM BRADY, 88).
Rodgers is only the second player in NFL history with at least 200 touchdown passes in his first 100 games. Marino threw 217 touchdown passes in his first 100 games and Rodgers has 200 through his first 99 games.
The NFL quarterbacks with the most touchdown passes in their first 100 NFL games:
|Source: NFL *Through 99 games|
|Aaron Rodgers*||Green Bay||2005-Present||200|
|Brett Favre||Atlanta, Green Bay||1991-1998||187|
|Johnny Unitas||Baltimore Colts||1956-1963||168|
In his career, Rodgers has a 105.4 passer rating, the highest mark in NFL history (minimum 1,500 attempts).
|Source: NFL *Active|
|Aaron Rodgers*||Green Bay||2005-2014||105.4|
|Peyton Manning*||Indianapolis, Denver||1998-2014||97.4|
|Steve Young||Tampa Bay, San Francisco||1985-1999||96.8|
|Philip Rivers*||San Diego||2004-2014||96.8|
Rodgers has 200 career touchdown passes and only 53 interceptions for a TD/INT ratio of 3.77, the best mark in league history (minimum 1,500 attempts).
|Source: NFL *Active|
|Aaron Rodgers*||Green Bay||2005-2014||200||53||3.77|
|Tom Brady*||New England||2000-2014||365||136||2.68|
|Peyton Manning*||Indianapolis, Denver||1998-2014||503||222||2.27|
|Philip Rivers*||San Diego||2004-2014||233||106||2.20|
|Steve Young||Tampa Bay, San Francisco||1985-1999||232||107||2.17|
With 25,352 yards on 3,102 attempts, Rodgers' 8.17 yards per attempt mark is the third-highest in NFL history (minimum 1,500 attempts) and the best for a quarterback since 1960. Only Pro Football Hall of Famers OTTO GRAHAM (8.63) and SID LUCKMAN (8.42) have better marks.
|Source: NFL *Active|
|Aaron Rodgers*||Green Bay||2005-2014||3,102||25,352||8.17|
|Norm Van Brocklin||LA Rams, Philadelphia||1949-1960||2,895||23,611||8.16|
|Steve Young||Tampa Bay, 49ers||1985-1999||4,149||33,124||7.98|
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