Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had another one of his strong performances. Against the New York Giants, Rodgers threw for 369 yards and four touchdown passes. He completed 28 passes on 46 attempts. Not readily apparent in those stats, Rodgers had several key throws in the final drive of the game, setting up the game-winning field goal.
Entering Week 13, therewas nothing more for Aaron Rodgers to prove. Entering the Packers' game against the new York Giants, he'd thrown for at least two touchdowns and at least 247 yards in every game so far and he'd thrown just four interceptions to 33 touchdowns on the season.
Before facing Rodgers, the Giants were the 26th-ranked team against the pass, a good indicator that Rodgers would have his way. Though the months are getting colder, Rodgers has played in Green Bay, which makes New York seem like Palm Springs, so that shouldn't be a factor in him continuing his stunning pace.