In case you had forgotten, Aaron Rodgers is still very good at football. The Minnesota Vikings are without cornerback Chris Cook, who has been suspended indefinitely after allegedly attacking his girlfriend. Antoine Winfield returned to the field after recovering from an injury, but quickly picked up another one and had to leave the game. The results were predictable.
Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers took apart the Vikings defense on Monday Night Football, as Rodgers improved his already impressive season stats. He threw for four touchdowns on the night, while Matt Flynn added a rushing TD in garbage time and Randall Cobb scored a punt return touchdown in the first quarter. Here are the complete video highlights
Rodgers now has 28 touchdown passes to go with just three interceptions and has completed 73 percent of his passes on the year. He's on pace for over 5000 passing yards and 50 touchdowns. The Packers are 9-0, and with the exception of two road games against the New York Giants and Detroit Lions, the remainder of their schedule isn't very difficult at all.
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