Packers Vs. Vikings: Aaron Rodgers Puts Up Crazy Stats, Joins Elite Historical Company

Aaron Rodgers continues to put up baffling stats. His NFL Week 10 matchup on Monday Night Football against the Vikings and their 30th-ranked pass defense was hardly fair, and it showed. The Packers quarterback threw for four touchdowns and amassed a cool 250 total passing yards while spreading the ball to nine different receivers.

The impressive effort put Rodgers in some even more impressive company. As ESPN's Trey Wingo pointed out via Twitter, Rodgers became just the fifth quarterback to throw for two or more touchdowns in nine consecutive games to start the season.

The four others on that list? Try Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Dan Marino and Johnny Unitas. That's about as good as quarterback company gets.

Rodgers was the top-performing fantasy football quarterback in Week 10, according to Yahoo! Sports' stat tracker.

For more on Monday Night Football, check out our comprehensive Vikings vs. Packers StoryStream.  For more reactions, visit our Packers blog Acme Packing Company and our Vikings blog Daily Norseman. For all your professional football needs, visit our NFL hub.

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