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Aaron Rodgers named NFC Offensive Player of the Week

It's the ninth career POW award for Packers QB


Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, just a few days after telling the fan base to "relax" following the offense's rough day in Detroit, went out and threw for four touchdowns in the Packers' 38-17 victory over the Bears at Soldier Field on Sunday.

For the performance, Rodgers was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week. It's the ninth time in his career that Rodgers has won the weekly award.

Rodgers finished the Chicago game 22-of-28 for 302 yards and a 151.2 passer rating. That's the fourth-highest single-game passer rating in team history by a QB with a minimum of 20 pass attempts, and the second-highest of Rodgers' career, behind only the franchise-record 155.4 he posted at Cleveland in 2009.

Packers QBs - Highest passer rating
Single game, minimum 20 pass att.

155.4 - Aaron Rodgers (at Cleveland, Oct. 25, 2009)

154.9 - Brett Favre (at Oakland, Dec. 22, 2003)

152.1 - Lynn Dickey (vs. Pittsburgh, Sept. 11, 1983)

151.2 - Aaron Rodgers (at Chicago, Sept. 28, 2014)

150.0 - Bart Starr (vs. L.A. Rams, Dec. 2, 1962)

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