- Started a career-high nine contests in place of injured QB Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) in 2017 and registered a 100-plus passer rating three times, tied with Matt Flynn for the second most by a quarterback in his first nine starts with the Packers (Rodgers, five) among QBs who made their first start for Green Bay since 1960.
- Rushed for 270 yards on 36 carries last season, an average of 7.5 yards per carry that ranked No. 1 in the league among quarterbacks with 25-plus attempts in 2017. His rushing average was also the top mark by any player in team history (min. 25 att.).
- Posted the best rushing average by an NFL quarterback (min. 25 att.) since Eagles QB Michael Vick in 2013 (8.5 avg. on 36 carries).
- Became just the second QB in franchise history (Rodgers, twice) to register a 110-plus rating in three consecutive road starts (Weeks 10, 12, 14).
- Became the first Green Bay quarterback other than Rodgers or Brett Favre to start nine-plus games in a season for the Packers since QB Don Majkowski started all 16 contests in 1989.
- Played in four regular-season games in 2016, completing 2 of 10 passes for 17 yards, and served as the No. 2 QB for the other 12 contests. Also saw action in one playoff game.
- Served as the No. 3 QB behind Rodgers and Scott Tolzien as a rookie in 2015 and was inactive for all 16 regular-season games and both playoff contests.
- Ranked No. 2 in the NFL with 630 passing yards in the 2015 preseason, completing 45 of 65 passes (69.2 percent) for seven TDs with one INT for a 129.6 passer rating (No. 3 in the NFL).
- Registered a 142.4 passer rating in the 2015 preseason finale vs. New Orleans (Sept. 3), connecting on 16 of 23 passes for 236 yards and four TDs with no INTs.
- Was drafted by Green Bay in the fifth round with the No. 147 overall choice, a pick acquired from New England in a trade for the Packers’ fifth-round selection (No. 166) and seventh-round choice (No. 247).
- Became the first UCLA quarterback to be selected in the NFL Draft since Cade McNown was chosen in the first round by Chicago in 1999.