We started looking Sunday at the historic milestones contained Green Bay’s 51-45 wild-card playoff game, and we’re continuing to unearth some more.
First, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers became the first player in NFL history to throw for more than 300 yards in the second half/overtime of a playoff game. Overall, Rodgers finished the game with 422 yards and four touchdowns. Below is a look at the six players in NFL history who have thrown for at least 400 yards and four touchdowns in a postseason game:
Second, tight-end Jermichael Finley produced the second-best playoff game by a tight end in league history in terms of receiving yards. Here is that heady list: