Aaron Rodgers doesn't remember last Lambeau Field interception

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers hasn't thrown an interception at Lambeau Field since Week 13 of the 2012 season, and he said Thursday he doesn't even remember the play.

That's surprising considering his usual remarkable ability to recall plays from past seasons.

But it's been that long – a span of 18 straight home games, including playoffs – since Minnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith picked him off.

"I don't remember that," Rodgers said Thursday.

When reminded it was a flea-flicker – a toss play to Randall Cobb, who pitched it back to Rodgers for a deep shot to Greg Jennings, Rodgers, said. "That's what it was? Shouldn't have called that play."

And no one around the Packers could remember them calling a flea-flicker since then.

In Rodgers' interception-free stretch at Lambeau Field that he will take into Monday night's game against the Kansas City Chiefs, he has thrown 545 pass attempts and 43 touchdowns – both NFL records.

"Quite a streak," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Thursday. "That's pretty impressive."