Rodgers pays tribute to election season with 'four score' day.
You can't have any touchdown passes, they all belong to Aaron Rodgers.
The Packers quarterback has added four more today, and the game isn't over yet. Rodgers has thrown for 22 touchdowns in his last six games with three interceptions. Overall in Week 9 against the Arizona Cardinals, Rodgers has 215 yards and an interception to go along with his four-score day.
With 25 touchdown passes in a nine games already, Rodgers could challenge his franchise-record 45 touchdown passes set in 2011. He now has 70 touchdown passes and 11 interceptions in his last 24 regular season games. I don't know if that's some sort of record, but it should be and Rodgers should be considered the number one player in fantasy football for the time being.
Except for next week, since the Packers are off in Week 10. Without a Packers game next week, Rodgers might only throw two touchdowns.