Aaron Rodgers has been with the Green Bay Packers for more than 17 years. It was in California that he played college football, first at Butte Community College, and then at Cal. The Packers selected him with the 24th pick in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft.

The Green Bay Packers turned to him following Brett Favre‘s initial retirement farce, when he was Favre’s backup for a few years. After the Gulfport-born ace departed the Packers to play for the New York Jets in 2008, Rodgers took over as the team’s starting quarterback.

For his efforts, he was awarded MVP honors for his team’s victory in Super Bowl XLV in 2010. State Farm exploited Rodgers’ “championship belt celebration” as a “discount double-check” in advertising for the insurance company.

Complete list of Aaron Rodgers records in NFL

Aaron Rodgers has quietly risen up the ranks of the NFL’s all-time leading records, while Tom Brady and Drew Brees have been the focus of most of the attention. Check out the complete list of Aaron Rodgers records in the NFL.

. Most consecutive seasons with a passer rating of over 100.0, with 6 (2009–2014)
. Most seasons with 35+ touchdown passes (5) (tied)
. Most seasons with 40+ touchdown passes (3) (tied)
. Most consecutive pass attempts without an interception (402)
. Most passing yards in their first five seasons as a starter (21,332)
. Fewest attempts to get to 30,000 passing yards, with 3,652
. Most touchdown passes of 70+ yards (21)
. Most seasons with a passer rating over 100.0 (9)

Single season and games:
. Best quarterback rating in a season (122.5)
. Best Interception Percentage in a season (0.3)
. Most consecutive games with a passer rating over 100.0 (12) in a season (2011)
. Most consecutive games with a passer rating over 110.0 (11) in a season (2011)
. Most games with 200+ passing yards and no interceptions in a season (11) (2014)
. Lowest interception percentage (0.3%) with at least 500 pass attempts (2018)
. Most passing yards (423), touchdown passes (4) and total touchdowns (5) by a QB in his first playoff game.