Aaron Rodgers



Experience: 18 years

Height: 6-2

Age: 38

Weight: 225 lbs

College: California


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Career Stats

QB Career

2005Green Bay Packers30916654.10132839.8273.50
2006Green Bay Packers20615463.10031848.22115.50
2007Green Bay Packers2020282187.8103241067294.10
2008Green Bay Packers161634153640387.528133423193.8562073.74
2009Green Bay Packers161635054144348.230750306103.2583165.45
2010Green Bay Packers151531247539228.3281131193101.2643565.64
2011Green Bay Packers151534350246439.245636219122.5602574.33
2012Green Bay Packers161637155242957.839851293108542594.82
2013Green Bay Packers9919329025368.717621117104.93012040
2014Green Bay Packers161634152043818.438528174112.2432696.32
2015Green Bay Packers161634757238216.73184631492.7583445.91
2016Green Bay Packers161640161044287.340735246104.2673695.54
2017Green Bay Packers77154238167571662216897.2241265.20
2018Green Bay Packers161637259744427.42524935397.6432696.3263
2020Green Bay Packers161637252642998.248520182121.5381493.9342
2021Green Bay Packers161636653141157.837430188111.9331013.1330


  • Ranks No. 3 in NFL history (min. 1,500 attempts) in career passer rating (104.5) and No. 1 in TD/INT ratio (4.83, 449/93) and interception percentage (1.31).
  • Has been named the NFL's Most Valuable Player by The Associated Press four times in his career (2011, 2014, 2020, 2021), one of only two players (since the award's inception in 1957) to win the league MVP more than three (Peyton Manning).
  • Has posted the top two single-season passer-rating marks in league history (122.5 in 2011, 121.5 in 2020).
  • Was named to the 2010s All-Decade Team by the Pro Football Hall of Fame, one of two QBs (Brady) selected to the team by the HOF's 48-member selection committee.
  • Has been selected to the Pro Bowl in 10 of the last 12 seasons (2009, 2011-12, 2014-16, 2018-21), with his 10 career selections the most in franchise history.
  • Has posted five of the eight seasons in league history with 500-plus passing attempts and five or fewer INTs (2014, 2018-21), with three other QBs doing it one time.
  • Has registered three of the four seasons in NFL annals with 35-plus TD passes and five or fewer INTs (2014, 2020-21).
  • Among QBs with 30-plus passing TDs in a season, holds four of the top five single-season marks in NFL history for TD/INT ratio, including a league-record 9.60 mark (48/5) in 2020. Among QBs with 500-plus attempts in a season, holds the top six single-season marks for TD/INT ratio.
  • Has the only three seasons in NFL history with 40-plus TD passes and seven or fewer INTs (45/6 in 2011, 40/7 in 2016 and 48/5 in 2020). His three seasons with 40-plus TD passes rank tied with Brady for No. 1 in league annals.
  • Has led the league in INT percentage an NFL-record six times in his career (2009, 2014, 2018-21), with his current streak of four straight seasons the longest streak in league annals (no one else has done it in more than two straight).
  • Among QBs with 500-plus attempts, holds the top three single-season marks for INT percentage in NFL history (0.34 in 2018, 0.70 in 2019, 0.75 in 2021) and five of the top six marks.
  • Set an NFL single-season record in 2018 with his interception percentage of 0.34 (two INTs on 597 attempts), besting the previous mark held by Chiefs QB Damon Huard (0.41 in 2006). Also set a league record in 2018 for consecutive passing attempts without an INT (402).
  • Has thrown 224-plus passes with a single-digit INT total in each of the last 11 seasons (2011-21), the longest streak in NFL history ahead of Alex Smith (seven, 2013-18, 20) and Neil O'Donnell (five, 1991-95).
  • Set NFL records for passing TDs (432), passer rating (104.3), TD/INT ratio (4.70) and the fewest INTs (92) at the time of his 200th start.
  • In the franchise record books, holds nine of the top 10 single-season marks for passer rating (2009-14, 2016, 2020-21), six of the top eight for passing TDs (2011-12, 2014, 2016, 2020-21), eight of the top nine for completion percentage (2010-14, 2016, 2020-21) and seven of the top 10 for passing yards (2009, 2011-12, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020).

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