Aaron Rodgers has thrown 322 straight passes at home without an interception, an NFL record.
Rodgers had 341 yards and three touchdowns as the Green Bay Packers once again showed why they are the best home team in the NFL. Here are the top stats to know about Rodgers and the Packers’ home dominance.
• Rodgers has thrown for at least three touchdowns in all five of his home starts this season, tying the longest streak of his career, from his MVP season of 2011. At home this season, Rodgers has thrown for 282 yards per game with 18 touchdowns against no interceptions.
• Rodgers extended a few NFL home-game passing records on Sunday, according research by the Elias Sports Bureau. He has not thrown a pick in any of his past 11 home games and has thrown 29 straight touchdown passes without a pick, both extending his own records. He’s also thrown 322 straight passes at Lambeau Field without a pick, breaking the previous record of 288 held by Tom Brady.
• This season is eerily reminiscent of Rodgers’ 2011 MVP season. Through 10 games that season, Rodgers averaged 317 yards per game and had a touchdown-interception ratio of 31-4. Rodgers is averaging 275 yards per game this season through 10 games and boasts a touchdown-interception ratio of 28-3.
• Many visitors might be asking if they can just skip trips to Lambeau Field with the way the Packers are playing there this season. The Pack improved to 5-0 at home on the season, and over the past four home games, they’ve outscored opponents 128-9 in the first half, According to Elias research, the Packers are the first team in NFL history to score at least 28 points in four straight home games.
• The Packers showed their versatility Sunday, too. They scored offensive, defensive and special teams touchdowns in the same game for the first time since Week 9 of the 2010 season, against the Cowboys. The Packers also scored a touchdown on a fumble return, an interception return and a punt return, just the second time in franchise history they’ve achieved that.