1 Packers Public Relations Lambeau Field Atrium 1265 Lombardi Avenue Green Bay, WI / / fax Jason Wahlers, Sarah Quick, Tom Fanning, Nathan LoCascio VOL. XVIII; NO. 28 PACKERS EARN NFC NORTH TITLE The Green Bay Packers finished the 2016 regular season 10-6, beating the Detroit Lions in Week 17 to capture the team's fifth division title in the last six seasons. u The Packers five NFC North titles in the last six years are the most in the NFC over that span, with no other NFC club winning more than three division titles since u Green Bay finished the regular season with six consecutive wins, becoming the only team in the NFL to have a winning streak of four-plus games in each of the last eight seasons ( ). The six-game winning streak was the longest to end the season by the Packers since a nine-game streak in Green Bay has registered at least one winning streak of four-plus games in 10 of 11 seasons under McCarthy. BACK IN THE NFC CHAMPIONSHIP ugreen Bay played in its seventh NFC title contest since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger. uthe Packers are the only NFC team to appear in the NFC Championship two times in the last three years ( ). uit was Green Bay s fourth NFC Championship appearance (2007, 2010, 2014, 2016) in the past 10 seasons ( ), the most in the NFC over that span. PACKERS MAKE EIGHTH STRAIGHT TRIP TO THE PLAYOFFS uthe Packers joined the New England Patriots as the only teams to make the playoffs each of the last eight years. u Green Bay s franchise-record eight consecutive playoff berths is tied for the third-longest streak in NFL history behind two teams with nine (Dallas, ; Indianapolis, ). It marks just the eighth time in NFL history that a franchise has had a streak of eight-plus playoff berths. u Mike McCarthy became just the fourth head coach in NFL history to lead a single franchise to eight-plus consecutive playoff appearances, joining Tom Landry, Chuck Noll and Bill Belichick. uthe Packers have made the playoffs nine times in 11 seasons under McCarthy. umccarthy s nine playoff appearances are the most by a Packers coach since the NFL postseason began in ugreen Bay leads the NFC with nine trips to the postseason since uthe Packers scored 93 points during the 2016 playoffs, the third most in a single postseason in team history (121 in 2010 and 100 in 1996). ugreen Bay advanced to the Divisional round of the playoffs for the sixth time in the last seven seasons ( , ), tied with the Seattle Seahawks for the most in the NFC over that span. uunder McCarthy, the Packers have made the Divisional round of the playoffs seven times, the most by a Packers coach (dating back to 1970). ugreen Bay s seven appearances in the Divisional playoffs are the second most in the NFC (Seattle, eight) and tied for the third most in the NFL since 2006 (New England, nine / Baltimore, seven) SEASON uwith a victory over Dallas in the 2016 playoffs, Green Bay beat the No. 1 seed in the Divisional round for the second time since 2010, the only NFL team to do so over that span. u Green Bay s victory at Dallas in the Divisional round snapped a streak of 12 straight NFL playoff games won by the home team (dating back to the 2015 postseason). Prior to the victory at Dallas, the last NFL team to win a road playoff game was the Packers at Washington in a 2015 Wild Card game. u The Packers scored 30-plus points in back-to-back games (38 vs. New York Giants and 34 at Dallas Cowboys) in the same postseason for the third time in franchise history (three straight in 1996, two straight in 1966). u Green Bay beat the Giants, 38-13, in an NFC Wild Card game at Lambeau Field. It marked the third straight season that the Packers have won their opening playoff game, the longest streak by Green Bay since a fiveseason stretch from u The 38 points scored by the Packers against the Giants were the most by Green Bay in a postseason game since Jan. 15, 2011, at Atlanta (48-21). It ranks No. 5 in team history for most points in a playoff contest, with four of the top five scoring games coming under the direction of McCarthy. uthe Packers have won an NFL-record 10 Wild Card games (1982, , 2001, 2003, 2010, 2012, ), including four under McCarthy. uthe Packers are 4-2 in Wild Card playoff games during the McCarthy era. REGULAR SEASON (10-6) Date Opponent Sun., Sept. 11 at Jacksonville Jaguars...W, ,179 Sun., Sept. 18 at Minnesota Vikings.... L, ,813 Sun., Sept. 25 DETROIT LIONS...W, ,411 Sun., Oct. 2 BYE Sun., Oct. 9 NEW YORK GIANTS (Gold Pkg.)...W, ,401 Sun., Oct. 16 DALLAS COWBOYS.... L, ,481 Thu., Oct. 20 CHICAGO BEARS....W, ,217 Sun., Oct. 30 at Atlanta Falcons... L, ,165 Sun., Nov. 6 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (Gold Pkg.)...L, ,437 Sun., Nov. 13 at Tennessee Titans.... L, ,116 Sun., Nov. 20 at Washington Redskins... L, ,137 Mon., Nov. 28 at Philadelphia Eagles...W, ,596 Sun., Dec. 4 HOUSTON TEXANS...W, ,867 Sun., Dec. 11 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS...W, ,057 Sun., Dec. 18 at Chicago Bears...W, ,137 Sat., Dec. 24 MINNESOTA VIKINGS...W, ,856 Sun., Jan. 1 at Detroit Lions...W, ,345 NFL POSTSEASON (2-1) Sun., Jan. 8 NEW YORK GIANTS...W, ,549 Sun., Jan. 15 at Dallas Cowboys....W, ,396 Sun., Jan. 22 at Atlanta Falcons... L, ,127
2 GREEN BAY PACKERS SEASON POSTSEASON PACKERS The Packers earned the 32nd postseason berth in team history and the franchise s 19th appearance in the last 24 seasons. ugreen Bay clinched its eighth consecutive postseason berth ( ), a franchise record as it tops the previous mark of six straight from Seasons Consecutive Playoff Berths ugreen Bay has now made the postseason 32 times, tied with the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants for No. 1 in league annals. Team Postseason Appearances 1t. Green Bay 32 1t. Dallas 32 1t. N.Y. Giants 32 uthe NFC Championship game against the Atlanta Falcons marked Green Bay s 56th postseason game, the third most in NFL history: Team Postseason Games 1. Dallas Pittsburgh Green Bay San Francisco 50 uthe Packers have a all-time record in the postseason, a.607 winning percentage that ranks No. 3 in the NFL: Team Postseason Winning Pct. 1. Baltimore.652 (15-8) 2. New England.627 (32-19) 3. Green Bay.607 (34-22) 4t. Pittsburgh.600 (36-24) 4t. San Francisco.600 (30-20) 6. Oakland.568 (25-19) 7. Carolina.563 (9-7) 8. Dallas.557 (34-27) 9t. Denver.548 (23-19) 9t. Washington.548 (23-19) HOW THEY HAVE FARED Since the NFL went to a 12-team playoff format in 1990, the Packers have made postseason appearances as all six seeds. u In the 2016 playoffs, Green Bay was the No. 4 seed for the fifth time since u A breakdown of the Packers playoff seeds, and their postseason record as that seed, from : PLAYOFF SEED No. 1 2 times (3-1) No. 4 5 times (5-4) No. 2 3 times (4-3) No. 5 3 times (1-3) No. 3 4 times (3-4) No. 6 2 times (5-1) ON THE ROAD IN THE PLAYOFFS u Green Bay is 5-5 in road playoff games under McCarthy, with the Packers five wins tied for the second most in the NFL since 2006: Team Postseason Road Wins 1. Baltimore 7 2t. Green Bay 5 2t. New York Giants 5 4. New York Jets 4 5. San Francisco 3 u Green Bay s.500 road playoff winning percentage since 2006 is the fifth best in the NFL (min. three games) over that span: Team Record Winning Pct. 1. San Francisco New York Giants Baltimore New York Jets Green Bay u The Packers have averaged 29.8 points per game on the road in the postseason since 2006, No. 1 in the NFL over that span: Team Pts/G On The Road GP 1. Green Bay t. Jacksonville t. Kansas City New Orleans Baltimore u Dating back to 1970, QB Aaron Rodgers 22 passing touchdowns in road playoff games are the most in the NFL (18 by Brett Favre and Joe Flacco). Player Passing TDs 1. Aaron Rodgers (10 games) 22 2t. Brett Favre (10 games) 18 2t. Joe Flacco (12 games) Eli Manning (7 games) Joe Montana (7 games) 11 u Rodgers (2,761) ranks No. 1 in the NFL in passing yards in road playoff games since 1970, followed by Favre (2,637) and Flacco (2,478). 10-WIN REGULAR SEASON uin 2016, the Packers reached 10 regular-season wins for the 29th time in franchise history, and for the seventh time in the last eight years. u Green Bay has recorded 10 or more wins 16 times in the last 22 seasons (since 1995) after registering 10-plus victories just 13 times in the first 74 seasons the Packers were in the NFL ( ). u Green Bay s eight 10-plus-win regular seasons since 2006 are the most in the NFC and tied for the second most (Indianapolis) in the NFL over that span (New England, 11). uhead Coach Mike McCarthy s eight regular seasons with 10-plus wins are a franchise record (since 1921). u In Aaron Rodgers nine seasons as starting quarterback (since 2008), the Packers have recorded 10-plus wins seven times, the second-most seasons with 10 or more wins from (New England, nine). 2
3 GREEN BAY PACKERS SEASON POSTSEASON PROFICIENCY As productive as QB Aaron Rodgers has been during the regular season in his nine years as the starter, he has also carried that over to the playoffs. u In the 2016 Wild Card win over the New York Giants, Rodgers completed 25 of 40 passes for 362 yards and four touchdowns for a passer rating of 125.2, becoming just the fourth QB in NFL history to throw for 350-plus yards, four-plus TDs and no INTs in a playoff game (Peyton Manning, Kurt Warner, Alex Smith). u In the 2016 Divisional round win at Dallas, Rodgers totaled 355 passing yards, joining Drew Brees (2011) as the only QBs in NFL history to have back-to-back 350-yard passing games in a single postseason. He also became the first Green Bay QB to have back-to-back 300-yard passing games in the playoffs. u Rodgers is tied for No. 4 in postseason games with 350-plus yards passing: Games With Quarterback 350-Yards Passing 1. Kurt Warner (13 starts) 6 2t. Tom Brady (34 starts) 5 2t. Peyton Manning (27 starts) 5 4t. Drew Brees (11 starts) 4 4t. Aaron Rodgers (16 starts) 4 u Rodgers ranks No. 5 in NFL postseason history in passer rating (min. 150 attempts): Quarterback Passer Rating 1. Bart Starr, GB Kurt Warner, STL/ARI Matt Ryan, ATL Drew Brees, SD/NO Aaron Rodgers, GB 99.4 u Rodgers has five postseason games (min. 15 att.) with a 120-plus passer rating, tied for No. 1 in the NFL: Games With Quarterback 120-Plus Passer Rating 1t. Aaron Rodgers (16 starts) 5 1t. Joe Montana (23 starts) 5 3t. Troy Aikman (15 starts) 4 3t. Peyton Manning (27 starts) 4 3t. Tom Brady (34 starts) 4 u Rodgers has posted a 110-plus passer rating in six career postseason starts to tie for No. 2 in league history (min. 15 att.): Games With Quarterback 110-Plus Passer Rating 1. Tom Brady (34 starts) 7 2t. Aaron Rodgers (16 starts) 6 2t. Joe Montana (23 starts) 6 u Since his first postseason start in 2009, he has recorded seven 100-plus passer rating games, No. 1 in the NFL: Games With 100-Plus Quarterback Passer Rating (Since 2009) 1. Aaron Rodgers (16 starts) 7 2t. Russell Wilson (12 starts) 6 2t. Joe Flacco (15 starts) 6 2t. Tom Brady (17 starts) 6 3 u Rodgers capped off the 2010 postseason with a 304-yard, three-td effort vs. Pittsburgh that earned him Super Bowl MVP honors. He became just the fourth quarterback in NFL history to throw for 300 yards and three TDs with no INTs in a Super Bowl, joining Joe Montana, Steve Young and Jake Delhomme. u In the 2016 Wild Card win over the Giants, Rodgers tied the single-game franchise playoff record with four touchdown passes, and became the first quarterback in team history to have two four-td passing games in the postseason (at Arizona, Jan. 10, 2010). u Dating back to 1970, Rodgers is tied for No. 2 in the NFL in postseason games with four-plus touchdown passes (according to pro-footballreference.com): Games With Quarterback Four-Plus TD Passes 1. Kurt Warner (13 starts) 3 2t. Kerry Collins (7 starts) 2 2t. Aaron Rodgers (16 starts) 2 2t. Joe Montana (23 starts) 2 2t. Peyton Manning (27 starts) 2 2t. Tom Brady (34 starts) 2 u Rodgers ranks No. 1 in franchise history with six postseason games with three-plus passing touchdowns. u Dating back to 1970, Rodgers ranks No. 3 in the NFL in postseason games with three-plus touchdown passes (according to pro-footballreference.com): Games With Quarterback Three-Plus TD Passes 1t. Joe Montana (23 starts) 9 1t. Tom Brady (34 starts) 9 3. Aaron Rodgers (16 starts) 7 4t. Brett Favre (24 starts) 6 4t. Peyton Manning (27 starts) 6 u Rodgers is No. 1 in franchise postseason history with six 300- yard passing games. u Rodgers 13 completions of 25-plus yards in the 2016 playoffs were the most by a Packer in a single postseason. u Rodgers has also put together some of the best performances in single postseasons in franchise history (min. 50 att.): Quarterback Passer Rating 1. Bart Starr, Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Rodgers, Brett Favre, Quarterback Passing Touchdowns 1t. Aaron Rodgers, t. Aaron Rodgers, Brett Favre, Bart Starr, Quarterback Passing Yards 1. Aaron Rodgers, , Aaron Rodgers, , Brett Favre,
4 GREEN BAY PACKERS SEASON WHERE THEY STAND A look at where some current Packers rank in the career postseason franchise record book: Player Passing Yards 1. Brett Favre 5, Aaron Rodgers 4, Bart Starr 1,753 Player Passing TDs 1. Brett Favre Aaron Rodgers Bart Starr 15 Player 300-Yard Games 1. Aaron Rodgers 6 2. Brett Favre 3 Player 100-Plus Rating Games 1. Brett Favre 9 2. Aaron Rodgers 7 3. Bart Starr 6 Player Completion Pct. 1. Aaron Rodgers Bart Starr Lynn Dickey Player Receptions 1. Jordy Nelson Greg Jennings Donald Driver 49 4t. Randall Cobb 47 4t. Antonio Freeman 47 uin the 2015 playoffs, LB Nick Perry tied the franchise record for sacks in a single postseason (LB Clay Matthews, 2010) with 3.5. uperry's seven career postseason sacks rank No. 3 in franchise history. ugreen Bay has three players on the roster that rank in the top four in franchise history in sacks in the postseason: Player Sacks 1. Clay Matthews Reggie White Nick Perry Julius Peppers 4.5 5t. Keith McKenzie, Sean Jones 4.0 Player Points 1. Mason Crosby Chris Jacke 73 Player Field Goals 1. Mason Crosby 26 2t. Chris Jacke 15 2t. Ryan Longwell 15 urb James Starks ranks No. 3 in rushing yards in franchise postseason history: Player Rushing Yards 1. Dorsey Levens Edgar Bennett James Starks Ahman Green Jim Taylor Eddie Lacy Ryan Grant Paul Hornung Aaron Rodgers 274 Player Receiving Yards 1. Antonio Freeman Donald Driver Greg Jennings Jordy Nelson Robert Brooks Randall Cobb 596 Player Receiving TDs 1. Antonio Freeman Greg Jennings 6 3t. Randall Cobb 5 3t. Jordy Nelson 5 3t. Boyd Dowler 5 6t. Davante Adams 4 6t. Robert Brooks 4 6t. Mark Chmura 4 6t. James Jones 4 6t. Max McGee 4 6t. Sterling Sharpe 4 4 u K Mason Crosby s 51-yard field goal to give Green Bay a victory over Dallas in the 2016 Divisional playoff was the longest gamewinning FG in NFL postseason history, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Crosby became the first kicker in NFL history to make two 50-yard FGs in the final two minutes of a postseason game. u Crosby s 56-yard FG is the third longest in NFL postseason history and the longest in team playoff history. u Crosby now has five of the seven longest FGs in franchise playoff history. u Crosby set an NFL-record with a streak of 23 consecutive field goals made in the playoffs ( ). With two field goals in the Divisional round game at Arizona in the 2015 playoffs, he passed David Akers (19). u Crosby also has scored in his last 18 consecutive postseason games, a franchise record. u Crosby has made 26 of 29 field goals (89.7 percent) in the postseason, No. 3 in NFL history (since 1938) among kickers with 25-plus attempts (CAR/NO John Kasay, 23 of 25, 92.0 percent / NE Stephen Gostkowski, 31 of 33, 93.9 percent).
5 GREEN BAY PACKERS SEASON OTHER PLAYOFF NOTES u Including the regular and postseason, 2016 was the first time in franchise history (since turnovers were kept in 1933) that the Packers posted zero giveaways in five straight games (Weeks 14-17, Wild Card). u G T.J. Lang became the first player in franchise history to play in a postseason game in each of his first eight seasons in the league. u WR Randall Cobb tied the single-game NFL postseason record with three TD catches versus the New York Giants in the 2016 Wild Card. The only other Packer with three TD catches in a playoff game was Sterling Sharpe (at Detroit, Jan. 8, 1994). uagainst the Giants, Cobb also became the first player in franchise history to register two TD catches of 30-plus yards (42, 30) in a playoff game. u Cobb finished with 116 yards on five receptions versus the Giants and WR Davante Adams led the Packers with eight catches for 125 yards (15.6 avg.) and a TD. It was the second career 100-yard receiving game in the postseason for both players and tied them for No. 4 in team history: Player 100-Yard Rec. Games 1t. Greg Jennings (10 games) 3 1t. Robert Brooks (11 games) 3 1t. Antonio Freeman (14 games) 3 4t. Sterling Sharpe (2 games) 2 4t. Javon Walker (4 games) 2 4t. Davante Adams (6 games) 2 4t. Carroll Dale (8 games) 2 4t. Randall Cobb (11 games) 2 u Adams eight receptions in the 2016 Wild Card tied for the fourth most in a game by a Packer in the playoffs (three players with nine). u LB Clay Matthews registered a sack against the Giants, giving him 11.0 for his career in the playoffs (No. 1 in team history). He moved into a tie for the fifth-most sacks in NFL postseason history (since 1982): Player Sacks (since 1982) 1. Willie McGinest (18 games) Bruce Smith (14 games) Terrell Suggs (17 games) Reggie White (16 games) t. LaMarr Woodley (8 games) t. Clay Matthews (15 games) t. James Harrison (19 games) t. Charles Haley (21 games) 11.0 u LB Julius Peppers posted a sack in the second quarter of the Wild Card game against the Giants, giving him at least one sack in each of his first three postseasons with the Packers ( ). u CB Damarious Randall s 78-yard INT return in the fourth quarter versus the Giants was the second longest in team playoff history, trailing only George Teague s 101-yard return at Detroit on Jan. 8, u Prior to the Super Bowl, TE Jared Cook ranked No. 1 in the NFL among tight ends in the 2016 playoffs in receptions (18) and receiving yards (229). u Cook s 18 receptions and 229 receiving yards in the 2016 postseason were the best by a Green Bay TE in a single postseason, topping Keith Jackson s marks of 12 catches for 223 yards in u Cook s 18 receptions were the most by an NFL TE in a single postseason since Julius Thomas had 18 catches in the 2013 playoffs. u Cook and Cobb tied for No. 3 in the NFL in receptions during the 2016 postseason: Player Receptions (2016 Postseason) 1. Julian Edelman, NE Julio Jones, ATL 19 3t. Jared Cook, GB 18 3t. Randall Cobb, GB 18 3t. Antonio Brown, PIT 18 3t. James White, NE 18 u Cook, Cobb and Adams all ranked in the top 10 in the NFL in receiving yards during the 2016 postseason: Player Rec. Yards (2016 Postseason) 1. Julian Edelman, NE Julio Jones, ATL Chris Hogan, NE Antonio Brown, PIT Randall Cobb, GB Jared Cook, GB Davante Adams, GB 217 u With six receptions for 104 yards (17.3 avg.) and one TD at Dallas in the 2016 Divisional playoff, Cook became the second TE in franchise history (Keith Jackson, 1995) to have 100-plus receiving yards and a TD in a playoff game. His 104 receiving yards were the second most by a Green Bay TE in a postseason contest (Jermichael Finley, 159, at Arizona, 2009). u The Divisional game versus Dallas was the first time the Packers had six players with 30-plus receiving yards in a playoff game. u P Jacob Schum appeared in all three postseason games, posting a 47.6-yard gross average and a 43.5-yard net average on 11 punts with three inside the 20. His gross average was the best by a Packer in a single postseason (min. four punts), and his net average ranked No. 2 in team playoff history (since 1976) behind Josh Bidwell s 44.7-yard net average on six punts in the 2001 postseason. His 66-yard punt in the fourth quarter at Dallas was the longest in team playoff history. A RUN GAME TO REMEMBER uin the Week 15 victory at Chicago, Green Bay rushed for 226 yards on 23 carries (9.8 avg.). Dating back to 1933, it was the best rushing average (min. 15 att.) by Green Bay (according to the Elias Sports Bureau). It was the second-best rushing average since the merger as far as teams with 20-plus rushing attempts in a game. Cincinnati had 407 yards on 37 attempts (11.0 avg.) against Denver on Oct. 22, udating back to 2006, 226 yards in Week 15 against Chicago was the second-most rushing yards by the Packers (230 yards on 44 att., 5.2 avg. vs. Dallas, Dec. 13, 2015). urb Ty Montgomery led the way with 162 yards on 16 carries (10.1) and two touchdowns, and RB Christine Michael contributed 45 yards on four carries (11.3 avg.) and one TD. Both players recorded runs of 40-plus yards, the first time a Packers duo had done that in the same game since Ahman Green and Dorsey Levens on Dec. 23, 2001, vs. Cleveland, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. umontgomery s 162 yards were the most by a Packers player in a single game since Samkon Gado ran for 171 yards on 29 carries (5.9 avg.) against Detroit on Dec. 11, udating back to 1960, Montgomery s yards per carry average was the third highest (min. 15 carries) by a Green Bay player, trailing Ahman Green, who averaged yards per carry (15 for 163) on Oct. 24, 2004, vs. Dallas and yards per carry (20 for 218) against Denver on Dec. 28,
6 GREEN BAY PACKERS SEASON AT THE HELM Having led Green Bay to the playoffs in nine of his 11 seasons as head coach, Mike McCarthy is joined by Vince Lombardi and Mike Holmgren as the only coaches to guide the Packers to a Super Bowl win with a victory over Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLV. umccarthy guided the Packers to a franchise-record fourth consecutive division title in In his 11 seasons, he has won six division titles, tying Lombardi for the second most in franchise history. uwith a win at Tampa Bay in Week 16 of the 2014 season, McCarthy passed Lombardi for the No. 2 spot in team history as far as overall victories: Coach Overall Wins 1. Curly Lambeau, Mike McCarthy, Vince Lombardi, Mike Holmgren, uthe 124 overall wins are the most in the NFC and the second most in the NFL since 2006 (New England, 152). umccarthy reached 100 career wins (including playoffs) in just his 155th game. He was the fastest to reach 100 wins in the NFL since George Seifert in 1996 (132 games). umccarthy's 114 regular-season wins in his first 11 years as a head coach ( ) are tied for No. 3 in NFL history: Coach Wins In First 11 Regular Seasons 1. Don Shula, BAL/MIA Joe Gibbs, WAS 115 3t. Mike McCarthy, GB 114 3t. Tony Dungy, TB/IND 114 3t. George Seifert, SF/CAR 114 umccarthy recorded his third regular season with 12-plus wins in 2014 (2007, 2011), passing Curly Lambeau (1929, 1931), Lombardi (1962, 1966), Holmgren ( ) and Mike Sherman ( ) for the most by a coach in franchise history. umccarthy has guided the Packers to five seasons with 11-plus wins (2007, 2009, , 2014), passing Lombardi ( , 1966) and Holmgren ( ) for the most by a coach in franchise history. umccarthy s eight regular seasons with 10-plus wins are a franchise record (since 1921). Among current NFL head coaches, only Bill Belichick (16) and Andy Reid (11) have more 10-plus win seasons. umccarthy is the only coach in franchise history to post three or more consecutive 10-win seasons twice in his career ( , ). umccarthy joined Pittsburgh s Bill Cowher (2005) as the only Super Bowlwinning coaches to lead their respective teams to three road wins as the No. 6 seed in the postseason en route to a world title. uincluding playoffs, McCarthy has a record since taking over as head coach in 2006, a.642 winning percentage that ranks No. 2 among current NFL head coaches (minimum 100 games): Coach Winning Pct. 1. Bill Belichick, CLE/NE.678 ( ) 2. Mike McCarthy, GB.642 ( ) 3. Mike Tomlin, PIT.638 (111-63) umccarthy coached in his 134th game in Week 13 at Detroit in 2013 (including playoffs), moving him past Bart Starr for No. 2 in team history: Coach Overall Games 1. Curly Lambeau, Mike McCarthy, Bart Starr, uin the Week 6 victory over the San Diego Chargers in 2015, McCarthy earned the 100th regular-season win of his career in just his 150th game, making him the seventh-fastest coach in NFL history and the fastest current NFL coach to reach the 100-win plateau: Games Needed For Coach (Current) 100 Regular-Season Wins 1. Mike McCarthy, GB Andy Reid, PHI/KC Bill Belichick, CLE/NE John Fox, CAR/DEN 182 usince McCarthy took over in 2006, the Packers rank No. 2 in the NFL in regular-season winning percentage: Team Winning Pct. 1. New England.784 (138-38) 2. Green Bay.651 ( ) 3. Indianapolis.636 (112-64) u Green Bay s seven 10-win regular seasons since 2009 are No. 2 in the NFL: Team 10-Win Regular Seasons (Since 2009) 1. New England 8 2. Green Bay 7 3t. Cincinnati/Indianapolis/Pittsburgh 5 WINNING WAYS u The Packers are the only NFC team and one of two teams in the league (New England) to make the playoffs each of the past eight seasons ( ). Those eight appearances are more than the rest of the NFC North Division combined during that span (Minnesota-three / Detroitthree / Chicago-one). u McCarthy became just the fourth head coach in NFL history to lead a single franchise to eight-plus consecutive playoff appearances: Coach Years Tom Landry, DAL and Chuck Noll, PIT Mike McCarthy, GB Bill Belichick, NE u There are seven teams in the NFL with five-plus playoff appearances from , with only two in the NFC (New England and Green Bay, eight / Cincinnati and Seattle, six / Baltimore, Denver, Indianapolis, five). u With the victory over Dallas in the 2016 playoffs, McCarthy has led the Packers to 10 wins in the postseason, passing Vince Lombardi and Mike Holmgren for the most in team history: Coach Postseason Record 1. Mike McCarthy, t. Vince Lombardi, t. Mike Holmgren, u The 10 postseason wins since 2007 are tied for No. 2 in the NFL with Baltimore and Seattle (New England, 13). The rest of the NFC North has combined for two postseason wins over the last 10 seasons (Minnesota and Chicago).
7 GREEN BAY PACKERS SEASON OFFENSIVE STRETCH The Green Bay Packers offense emerged throughout the regular season, ranking near the top of the league both as a team and individually over the final 11 weeks (Weeks 7-17) in numerous categories: Team Points Per Game 1. Atlanta New England Green Bay New Orleans 28.5 Team Games With 21-Plus Points 1. Green Bay 11 2t. Atlanta 9 2t. New England 9 uthe Packers scored 21-plus points in 11 straight games to end the season, the second-longest streak in team history behind only a 13-game streak (Games 1-13) in Team Touchdowns 1. Atlanta Green Bay New Orleans New England 34 Team First Downs 1. New Orleans Green Bay Atlanta 241 Player Passing Yards 1. Drew Brees, NO 3, Aaron Rodgers, GB 3, Kirk Cousins, WAS 3,222 Player Passing Touchdowns 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB 30 2t. Drew Brees, NO 23 2t. Matt Ryan, ATL 23 Player Completions 1. Drew Brees, NO Sam Bradford, MIN Aaron Rodgers, GB Carson Wentz, PHI 277 Player Games With 100-Plus Passer Rating 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB 8 2t. Drew Brees, NO 7 2t. Matt Ryan, ATL 7 Player 100-Yard Receiving Games 1. Travis Kelce, KC 6 2t. Davante Adams, GB / Jordy Nelson, GB, three others 4 Player Receptions 1. Jordy Nelson, GB 71 2t. Julian Edelman, NE 70 2t. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI Zach Ertz, PHI 68 Player Receiving Touchdowns 1t. Davante Adams, GB 9 1t. Jordy Nelson, GB 9 3. Mike Evans, TB 8 4t. Five players 7 Player Games With A TD Catch 1t. Jordy Nelson, GB 7 1t. Kenny Stills, NO 7 3t. Davante Adams, GB 6 3t. Cameron Brate, TB 6 3t. Rishard Matthews, TEN 6 3t. Donte Moncrief, IND 6 3t. Sterling Shepard, NYG 6 Team Average Yards Per Carry 1. Buffalo Cleveland Dallas San Francisco Green Bay 4.78 Team Interceptions 1. N.Y. Giants 15 2t. Green Bay 14 2t. Tampa Bay 14 uqb Aaron Rodgers did not throw an interception in the last seven games (Weeks 11-17) to set the franchise record (min. 15 att.). He had six-game streaks in 2014 and and QB Bart Starr had a six-game streak in urodgers has not thrown an INT in his last 245 attempts, the second-best mark in team history behind Starr s streak of 294 in urodgers seven games without an interception (min. 15 pass att.) is the longest active streak in the NFL and was the longest during the 2016 regular season. urodgers had multiple passing touchdowns in eight straight games (Week 7-14), tied for the longest streak in the NFL this season (Marcus Mariota) and the second longest of his career (13-game streak in 2011). uin Week 14 vs. Seattle, Rodgers registered a passer rating (18 of 23, 246 yards, three TDs, no INTs). It marked the fourth game with a 150-plus rating in his career, the most in franchise history. urodgers posted a passer rating in the first half of Week 14 (12 of 15, 202 yards, two TDs), the third time in his career that he had posted a perfect passer rating in the first half of a game (at Cleveland in 2009, vs. Detroit in 2010). uover the last four games of the regular season, the Packers registered a league-best 13 takeaways while not committing a turnover. uthe four straight games without a giveaway tied the longest single-season streak (2014) by the Packers since 1933 (the first season turnovers were recorded). uwith just 17 giveaways in the 2016 regular season, the top six singleseason giveaway marks in franchise history have all come under Head Coach Mike McCarthy (2009, , ). 7
8 GREEN BAY PACKERS SEASON HOME SWEET HOME Green Bay has a long tradition of playing well at Lambeau Field. u Green Bay was 6-2 at home during the 2016 regular season. The Packers have finished with a record of.500 or better at home in 11 of 12 seasons under Head Coach Mike McCarthy. Season Home Record ugreen Bay s victory in Week 16 of the 2016 regular season was the 217th at Lambeau Field, the most home wins by any franchise at one stadium in NFL history. The Packers surpassed Chicago, which had 216 victories at Wrigley Field. uthe Packers are 9-2 (.818) in home openers under McCarthy. u Since the start of 2014, Green Bay is tied for No. 2 in the NFL in winning percentage at home during the regular season: Team Record At Home (Since 2014) Pct. 1. New England t. Green Bay t. Seattle t. Denver t. Detroit t. Kansas City u Under McCarthy, Green Bay is at home during the regular season. The Packers.744 winning percentage ranks No. 2 in the NFL over that span: Team Record At Home (Since 2006) Pct. 1. New England Green Bay Baltimore Pittsburgh Indianapolis Seattle u The Packers rank No. 2 in the NFL in point differential at home since the start of the 2014 season (according to pro-football-reference.com): Team Point Differential At Home (Since 2014) 1. New England plus Green Bay plus Seattle plus Pittsburgh plus Kansas City plus-200 u In 2014, Green Bay s plus-155 point differential at home was the highest in franchise history (dating back to 1940), eclipsing the plus-151 in ufrom , Green Bay ranked No. 1 in the NFL in first quarter score margin (plus-159) at home (according to pro-football-reference. com). u Under McCarthy, Green Bay has scored 30-plus points at home during the regular season 39 times, winning 37 of those contests. The Packers 39 home games with at least 30 points are No. 3 in the league since 2006: Team 30-Plus Point Home Games (Since 2006) 1. New England New Orleans Green Bay Dallas San Diego 35 u QB Aaron Rodgers has a passer rating at Lambeau Field during the regular season, the highest home passer rating in NFL history (minimum 670 pass attempts). u Rodgers is among the league leaders in several passing categories at home since he became the starter in 2008 (min. 536 att.): Player Passer Rating At Home (Since 2008) 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB Drew Brees, NO Russell Wilson, SEA Tom Brady, NE Player Passing TDs At Home (Since 2008) 1. Drew Brees, NO Aaron Rodgers, GB Philip Rivers, SD Tom Brady, NE 131 Player 25-Plus-Yard Comp. At Home (Since 2008) 1. Drew Brees, NO 183 2t. Aaron Rodgers, GB 166 2t. Eli Manning, NYG Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 147 Player TD Percentage At Home (Since 2008) 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB Drew Brees, NO Russell Wilson, SEA Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 5.91 u Rodgers owns the top three single-season passer ratings at home in NFL history (min. 100 pass att.): Player Passer Rating At Home 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB, Aaron Rodgers, GB, Aaron Rodgers, GB, Drew Brees, NO, Russell Wilson, SEA,
9 GREEN BAY PACKERS SEASON QUICK OUT OF THE GATE The Packers started games fast during the 2016 regular season, scoring points in the first quarter in 12 of 16 games (tied for No. 4 in the NFL), including a touchdown in 10 contests. u Green Bay s 12 games of scoring points in the first quarter tied for No. 2 among Packers teams since 2000: Year Games Scoring Points in the First Quarter t t t t u Green Bay ranked near the top of the NFL in a few other first-quarter categories during the 2016 regular season: Team Points On First Offensive Poss. (2016) 1. Atlanta San Diego New England Green Bay 58 Team Points Per Game/First Quarter (2016) 1. Atlanta New England Cincinnati Pittsburgh 5.9 5t. Green Bay 5.8 5t. Baltimore 5.8 Team First-Quarter Touchdowns (2016) 1t. Atlanta 16 1t. New England 16 3t. Green Bay 12 3t. Cincinnati 12 3t. Pittsburgh 12 u The Packers scored 13 touchdowns in the first quarter in 2015, tied for No. 2 in the NFL (Washington, 13 / New Orleans, 16). u Dating back to 2014, Green Bay has scored in the first quarter in 40 of 48 regular-season games, No. 1 in the NFL. u Green Bay leads the NFL in first-quarter scoring since 2014: Team First-Quarter Points (Since 2014) 1. Green Bay New England Atlanta New Orleans Cincinnati 254 u QB Aaron Rodgers threw 10 touchdowns in the first quarter this season, No. 1 in the NFL: Player First-Quarter TD Passes (2016) 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB 10 2t. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 9 2t. Matt Ryan, ATL 9 9 u Dating back to 1991, Rodgers owns five of the top seven single-season marks for passing touchdowns during the first quarter for the Packers: Player First-Quarter Passing TDs 1. Aaron Rodgers, t. Aaron Rodgers, t. Aaron Rodgers, t. Brett Favre, t. Brett Favre, t. Aaron Rodgers, t. Aaron Rodgers, urodgers posted a passer rating in the first half vs. Seattle in Week 14 (12 of 15, 202 yards, two TDs), the third time in his career that he had posted a perfect passer rating in the first half of a game (at Cleveland in 2009, vs. Detroit in 2010). u Rodgers has thrown 63 touchdowns and seven interceptions in the first half since the start of the 2014 regular season. u Since 2014, Rodgers ranks at the top of the NFL in a few first-half passing categories (min. 400 att.): Player First-Half Passer Rating 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB Tom Brady, NE Kirk Cousins, WAS Drew Brees, NO Matt Ryan, ATL Player First-Half Passing Touchdowns 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB Tom Brady, NE 54 3t. Eli Manning, NYG 47 3t. Philip Rivers, SD Drew Brees, NO 46 Player First-Half TD/INT Ratio 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB Tom Brady, NE Marcus Mariota, TEN Eli Manning, NYG Kirk Cousins, WAS 3.10 u Green Bay ranked No. 3 in the NFL during the 2016 regular season in first-half points (238), trailing the Atlanta Falcons (296) and New England Patriots (242). u Dating back to 2008, the Packers have recorded three of the top six single-season first-half point totals in the NFL: Team First-Half Points 1. Green Bay, Atlanta, New England, Denver, Green Bay, Green Bay,
10 GREEN BAY PACKERS SEASON IN THE RED ZONE According to STATS, QB Aaron Rodgers ranked at or near the top of the league in several red-zone categories during the 2016 regular season: Player Red-Zone Passing TDs 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB Drew Brees, NO 28 Player Red-Zone Completions 1. Drew Brees, NO Aaron Rodgers, GB 64 Player Red-Zone Passing Yards 1. Drew Brees, NO Aaron Rodgers, GB 382 uwr Jordy Nelson led the NFL in receptions and receiving touchdowns in the red zone this season: Player Red-Zone Receptions 1. Jordy Nelson, GB 19 2t. Anquan Boldin, DET 14 2t. Kyle Rudolph, MIN 14 Player Red-Zone Rec. TDs 1. Jordy Nelson, GB Cameron Brate, TB 8 3t. Davante Adams, GB, five others 7 unelson s 11 red-zone touchdown receptions in 2016 were a career high and tied for the top mark by a Packer since STATS began recording in 1991 (James Jones, 2012; Sterling Sharpe, 1994). ODDS AND ENDS Below are some random notes from the 2016 regular season: ufor the first time since 1956 (Rote/Howton), the Packers had both the league s passing-td leader (Aaron Rodgers) and the receiving-td leader (Jordy Nelson) in the same season. uthe Packers scored 30-plus points in four straight games (Weeks 14-17), which tied for the second-longest streak (2003, 2007, 2011) in franchise history (seven in 1963). ugreen Bay was tied for No. 6 in the NFL with 40 sacks in 2016, joining Denver and Minnesota as the only teams in the NFL to record 40-plus sacks as a team in each of the last five seasons ( ). It is also the longest streak by the Packers since team sacks began to be recorded in uthe Packers eclipsed 400 total net yards seven times during the 2016 regular season (406 vs. N.Y. Giants and Chicago Bears / 405 vs. Indianapolis / 402 at Tennessee / 424 at Washington / 451 at Chicago / 448 at Detroit), for the fifth-most games with 400 total net yards in the NFL. u The Packers scored 21 or more points in 14 games during the 2016 regular season, tied with New England for No. 2 in the NFL (15, Atlanta). uin Weeks 16-17, Rodgers became the first Green Bay QB to register 300- plus passing yards, four-plus passing TDs and no INTs in back-to-back games in a single season. uin Week 16, Rodgers recorded his second career game with 300-plus passing yards, four-plus passing TDs and one-plus rushing TDs. According to pro-football-reference.com, he joined Drew Brees (three) and Peyton Manning (two) as the only players in league history with multiple games with those numbers. uin Weeks 14-15, Green Bay had 10 takeaways and zero giveaways. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, it was the first time since Sept , 1978 (15 takeaways, five giveaways) that Green Bay was plus-10 or better in turnover differential over a two-game span. uthe Packers posted six takeaways (five INTs, one fumble recovery) in the Week 14 win over Seattle, their first six-takeaway game since Dec. 26, 2010, vs. the N.Y. Giants. With zero giveaways, Green Bay posted a plus-six turnover differential for the first time since Oct. 27, 1991, at Tampa Bay (eight takeaways, two giveaways). uweek 14 was Green Bay s first five-interception game since posting five at Chicago in Week 17 in u In Weeks 12-14, the Packers allowed 13 or fewer points in each contest, the first time doing so in three straight games since 2010 (Weeks 8-9, 11). u Green Bay gave up one or zero sacks in three consecutive games (Weeks 12-14), the first time doing so since four straight to end the 2014 season (Weeks 14-17). uthe Packers 98-yard TD drive in the fourth quarter of the Week 13 victory vs. Houston was the team s longest TD drive since a 99-yarder at Cleveland on Oct. 25, uthe Packers converted 71.4 percent of third downs in Week 12 (10-14), the highest single-game third-down conversion rate in the NFL this season and the second highest under Head Coach Mike McCarthy (72.2 percent, 13-18, Oct. 27, 2013, at Minnesota). uthe Packers finished No. 4 in the NFL in points per game in the 2016 regular season; their ninth top-10 finish in the last 10 seasons. Team Points Per Game 1. Atlanta New Orleans New England Green Bay Dallas 26.3 ugreen Bay ranked No. 2 in the NFL in third-down conversions in 2016, its ninth top-10 finish in the last 10 seasons. Team Third-Down Percentage 1. New Orleans Green Bay Tennessee 46.1 urodgers ranked No. 2 in the NFL in 2016 with a passer rating on third down (Tom Brady, 127.7). Rodgers 16 passing touchdowns on third down led the NFL. uthe Packers ranked No. 5 in the NFL in time of possession (31:14). ugreen Bay was No. 7 in the NFL in rushing yards per play (4.6). uthe Packers tied for No. 6 in sacks (40) and ranked No. 7 in the NFL in sacks/pass attempt (7.01 percent) this season. ugreen Bay s defense ranked No. 5 in the NFL this season with an interception rate of 2.98 percent and tied for No. 4 with 17 interceptions. urodgers threw for 371 yards in Week 10 and 351 yards in Week 11, marking only the third time in his career he had thrown for 350-plus passing yards in back-to-back games (2009, 2011). urodgers registered a passer rating of plus in seven games during the 2016 regular season (129.3 vs. Detroit / at Atlanta / at Washington / at Philadelphia / vs. Seattle / vs. Minnesota / at Detroit): Player Games With Passer Rating 1. Matt Ryan, ATL 8 2t. Aaron Rodgers 7 2t. Dak Prescott, DAL 7 2t. Tom Brady, NE 7 uaccording to the Elias Sports Bureau, Green Bay recorded 23-plus first downs in five consecutive games (Weeks 5-9) in a single regular season for the first time in franchise history. uin Week 7, Green Bay recorded 32 first downs, the most by the Packers since Nov. 27, 1983, at Atlanta (32). It was tied for the second most in franchise history. Green Bay also possessed the ball for 39:36, the best mark by the team since Oct. 27, 2013, at Minnesota (40:54). 10
11 GREEN BAY PACKERS SEASON RODGERS AND TOUCHDOWNS QB Aaron Rodgers has found the end zone a lot in his career, and that continued in the 2016 regular season. Rodgers threw for a league-best 40 touchdowns, his franchise-record fourth season ( , 2014, 2016) with 35-plus TD passes (Brett Favre, three, ). u With 40 passing TDs during the 2016 regular season, Rodgers became just the fourth QB in NFL history to record two seasons (also 2011) with 40-plus TD passes (Dan Marino, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees). u In 2016, Rodgers became the first GB quarterback to lead the NFL in TD passes since Favre in u Rodgers now has five seasons with 4,000-plus passing yards and 30-plus passing TDs (2009, , 2014, 2016), further extending his team mark. u In 2016, Rodgers registered his third straight season with 30-plus touchdown passes, the second-longest streak in franchise history (Favre, five straight, ) u Rodgers has thrown 38-plus TD passes four times in his career, the most in NFL history (Brees and Manning have three each). u Rodgers finished No. 1 in the NFL in 2016 in passing touchdowns: Player TD Passes (2016) 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB Matt Ryan, ATL 38 u Rodgers finished the 2016 regular season ranked No. 1 in the NFL in games with multiple passing touchdowns and zero interceptions: Games With Multiple TD Player Passes and Zero INTs (2016) 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB 10 2t. Tom Brady, NE 8 2t. Matt Ryan, ATL 8 u Rodgers had multiple passing touchdowns in eight straight games (Week 7-14), tied for the longest streak in the NFL for the 2016 season (Marcus Mariota) and the second longest of his career (13-game streak in 2011). u Rodgers registered four touchdown passes in the first half of the Week 3 victory vs. Detroit. It was the second time in his career that he recorded four-plus touchdowns in the first half (six vs. Chicago, Nov. 9, 2014). u In 2016, Rodgers was No. 1 in the NFL with four games with fourplus TD passes and zero INTs, the most in a season in franchise history, passing his own mark set in 2011 and Favre s total in u Rodgers has thrown four-plus touchdowns in a game 20 times, a franchise record, the sixth most in NFL history and No. 3 among active quarterbacks: u Rodgers ranks No. 4 in NFL history and No. 1 in franchise history with 39 games with three-plus touchdown passes and zero interceptions. He was No. 1 in the NFL for the 2016 season in games with three-plus passing touchdowns and zero interceptions: Games With Three-Plus TD Player Passes and Zero INTs (2016) 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB 7 2. Tom Brady, NE 6 3t. Four players 4 u In 2016, Rodgers became the first NFL quarterback to record seven games with three-plus TDs/zero INTs in two different seasons (eight games in 2014). The only other QBs to do accomplish that feat in a season were Brady (eight in 2007) and Manning (seven in 2013). u In Week 14, Rodgers recorded a 66-yard TD pass to WR Davante Adams, giving him a TD pass of 65 yards or more in each of the last nine seasons ( ). Rodgers joins Drew Brees as the only QBs in the league to do so over that span. RODGERS THE RUNNER With injuries costing Green Bay s top two running backs significant time this season, QB Aaron Rodgers helped try to fill the void. urodgers is just the fourth QB in NFL history to post 35,000-plus passing yards and 2,500-plus rushing yards in his career, joining Fran Tarkenton, John Elway and Donovan McNabb as the only players to accomplish that feat. urodgers ranked No. 7 in the NFL (min. 25 att.) among quarterbacks in rushing average (5.51) and tied for No. 5 in rushing touchdowns (four) during the 2016 regular season. urodgers recorded a career-high 369 yards rushing during the 2016 regular season, the most by a Green Bay QB since Tobin Rote (398) in urodgers finished the 2016 regular season No. 3 in the NFL in rushing yards among quarterbacks: Player Rushing Yards (QBs) 1. Tyrod Taylor, BUF Colin Kaepernick, SF Aaron Rodgers, GB 369 4t. Blake Bortles, JAX 359 4t. Cam Newton, CAR 359 urodgers now has four 300-yard rushing seasons, No. 2 in franchise history among QBs behind only Rote (five). urodgers ranks No. 2 among active quarterbacks in the NFL in rushing touchdowns since 2008: Player (Active) Games W/ Four-Plus TD Passes 1. Drew Brees, SD/NO Tom Brady, NE Aaron Rodgers, GB Eli Manning, NYG 14 u Rodgers was tied for No. 1 in the NFL during the 2016 regular season in games with three-plus passing touchdowns: Games With Three-Plus Player TD Passes (2016) 1t. Aaron Rodgers, GB 8 1t. Drew Brees, SD/NO 8 3t. Three players 7 urodgers registered three-plus passing touchdowns in three consecutive games (Weeks 7-9 in 2016), totaling 10 touchdowns and one interception over that span. It marked the fifth time in his career that Rodgers registered three-plus passing touchdowns in three or more games in a single season (five: Games 6-10 in 2011 / four: Games 4-7 in 2012 and 2014 / three: Games in 2012). uin Weeks 8-10, Rodgers became the first Packers quarterback since Rote in 1955 to register a run of 20-plus yards in three consecutive games. urodgers led the Packers with a career-best 60 rushing yards on six carries (10.0 avg.) at Atlanta. He recorded three runs of 10-plus yards, tying his single-game career high (at Indianapolis, Oct. 7, 2012, and vs. Cincinnati, Sept. 20, 2009). udating back to 1960, Rodgers 60 rushing yards in Week 8 were the second most in a single game by a Green Bay quarterback, trailing only the 88 yards on eight carries (11.0 avg.) by Don Majkowski at Detroit, Sept. 30, urodgers joined Cam Newton (Dec. 20, 2015, at NYG) as the only QBs over the past four seasons ( ) to post four-plus passing TDs and 60-plus rushing yards in the same game. uby rushing for 43 yards on six carries (7.2 avg.) in Week 9, Rodgers recorded 40-plus rushing yards in back-to-back games for the first time in his career. 11 Player Rushing TDs (QBs Since 2008) 1. Cam Newton, CAR Aaron Rodgers, GB Andy Dalton, CIN 18
12 GREEN BAY PACKERS SEASON TAKING HIS PLACE AMONG THE GAME S BEST QB Aaron Rodgers surpassed the 1,500-attempt plateau for his career in 2010, the benchmark to qualify for passer rating in the NFL record book. urodgers ranks No. 1 in NFL history in career passer rating: Quarterback Career Passer Rating 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB Russell Wilson, SEA Tom Brady, NE Tony Romo, DAL Steve Young, TB/SF 96.8 urodgers registered the sixth 4,000-yard passing season of his career in 2016, setting the franchise record as he surpassed Brett Favre s mark of five 4,000-yard seasons. urodgers had 11 zero-int games this season (min. 15 att.), the third time in his career with 10-plus zero-int games (13 in 2014, 12 in 2009). The only other QB in team history to have 10 in a season was Starr (10) in uin 2016, Rodgers set the single-season franchise record for completions with 401, surpassing Favre s mark of 372 in uin the Week 7 victory over Chicago, Rodgers set a single-game franchise record with 39 completions, besting the previous high of 36 by Favre at Chicago on Dec. 5, urodgers went over the 35,000-yard passing mark for his career this season in Week 11 at Washington. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, he reached the mark on his 4,446th attempt, the second-fewest attempts needed in NFL history behind QB Johnny Unitas (4,388 attempts). urodgers reached 250 touchdown passes in Week 12 of He did in his 121st career game, surpassing QB Dan Marino (128) for the NFL record. uwhere Rodgers ranks among active NFL quarterbacks since he took over as the starter in 2008 (min. 1,200 attempts): Quarterback Passing Yards (Since 2008) 1. Drew Brees, NO 44, Philip Rivers, SD 39, Matt Ryan, ATL 37, Eli Manning, NYG 36, Aaron Rodgers, GB 36,498 Quarterback Passing TDs (Since 2008) 1. Drew Brees, NO Aaron Rodgers, GB Philip Rivers, SD 270 Quarterback Passer Rating (Since 2008) 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB Drew Brees, NO Tom Brady, NE Quarterback Yards/Attempt (Since 2008) 1. Russell Wilson, SEA Aaron Rodgers, GB Philip Rivers, SD 7.88 Quarterback INT Percentage (Since 2008) 1. Tom Brady, NE Aaron Rodgers, GB Colin Kaepernick, SF 1.8 Quarterback 25-Yard Passes (Since 2008) 1. Drew Brees, NO Aaron Rodgers, GB Philip Rivers, SD Eli Manning, NYG 292 uin 2016, Rodgers posted a season passer rating of 104.2, the seventh time in his career that he has registered a 100-plus passer rating, the most in NFL history (Peyton Manning and Steve Young, six each). urodgers recorded his sixth season with 500-plus attempts and eight or fewer INTs in 2016, the most in NFL history (Tom Brady, three; nine others with one). uthe 2016 regular season saw Rodgers become just the second QB in NFL history to have 600-plus passing attempts and seven or fewer INTs in a season (Brady, 624 attempts, seven INTs in 2015). uin Week 14, Rodgers recorded a passer rating of in a win over Seattle, marking his fourth career game a passer rating of 150-plus which is the fourth most (min. 10 pass att.) among active quarterbacks (Drew Brees and Brady, five / Ben Roethlisberger, eight). urodgers rushed for a touchdown in Week 16, marking his 13th game with two-plus passing touchdowns and one-plus rushing touchdowns since 2008, which is No. 2 among NFL QBs over that span behind Cam Newton (18). u Dating back to 1921, Rodgers has the most seasons with 30-plus touchdowns and less than 10 interceptions (according to pro-footballreference.com): Seasons With 30-Plus Player TD Passes/Less Than 10 INTs 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB 6 2. Tom Brady, NE 5 3t. Seven players 1 u Rodgers owns four of the top five single-season totals in touchdown passes in franchise history: Player TD Passes 1. Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Rodgers, t. Aaron Rodgers, t. Brett Favre, t. Aaron Rodgers, t. Brett Favre, u A look at where Rodgers ranks in the NFL in several categories since 2014 (min. 600 attempts): Quarterback Passer Rating (Since 2014) 1. Tom Brady, NE Aaron Rodgers, GB Drew Brees, NO Matt Ryan, ATL Russell Wilson, SEA 99.0 Quarterback TD Passes (Since 2014) 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB Drew Brees, NO Tom Brady, NE Philip Rivers, SD 93 Quarterback TD Percentage (Since 2014) 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB Tom Brady, NE 5.9 Quarterback TD/INT Ratio (Since 2014) 1. Aaron Rodgers, GB 5.45 (109/20) 2. Tom Brady, NE 5.39 (97/18) 3. Tyrod Taylor, BUF 3.08 (37/12) 12
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