Aaron Rodgers has the Green Bay Packers rolling to 13-0 against the Oakland Raiders. Green Bay is up by several scores early, and much of it is thanks to Rodgers managing the game properly.
It figures that the play Rodgers uses to tie his former teammate Brett Favre is a long-bomb down the sideline to Jordy Nelson. It's one of Rodgers's favorite throws, and probably one of the most deadly in his arsenal. Rodgers also was facing pressure in his face, yet the throw was so pretty, so strong, so fast, that it ended up right in Nelson's lap.
Rodgers now has 39 touchdowns on the season, tying Favre for the most by a Packer ever in a single-season (and he still has three games left). I somehow doubt it'll be the last record Rodgers challenges.
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