Opposing QBs: 19 Lambeau Field interceptions since Aaron Rodgers' last

Aaron Rodgers has thrown 451 passes at Lambeau Field since he last was intercepted there. Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images

GREEN BAY, Wis. – Aaron Rodgers heads into Monday Night Football against the Kansas City Chiefs at Lambeau Field on an NFL record streak of 451 passing attempts without an interception at home.

Including playoffs, it's 545 throws without one to the other team.

In that span, the Green Bay Packers quarterback has thrown 38 touchdown passes (43 counting playoffs).

Here are the top things to know about Rodgers and his Lambeau Field streak:

  • Opponent INTs: Since Rodgers' last home interception in Week 13 of the 2012 season against the Minnesota Vikings, opposing quarterbacks have thrown 19 interceptions at Lambeau Field. Four quarterbacks had multiple interception games. They were: Tennessee's Jake Locker (in 2012), Minnesota's Christian Ponder, Chicago's Jay Cutler and the Jets' Mark Sanchez (all in 2013). Atlanta's Matt Ryan is the only one to throw interceptions in two different games at Lambeau (one each in 2013 and 2014). The 19 interceptions include the four home games that Rodgers missed in 2013 because of a broken collarbone.

  • TD leaders: Of the 43 touchdowns, Jordy Nelson has caught the most, 13 including playoffs, from Rodgers during the interception-free streak. Randall Cobb ranks second with nine followed Davante Adams (four). Eddie Lacy, James Jones and Richard Rodgers have three each. Jermichael Finley and Andrew Quarless are next with two apiece. Brandon Bostick, Jarrett Boykin, Greg Jennings and John Kuhn all have one.

  • By quarter: Rodgers has started fast during the streak with 27 of the 43 touchdowns coming in the first half, 12 in the first quarter and 15 in the second. He has nine in the third quarter and just seven in the fourth quarter, but his highest passer rating (134.6) and QBR (90.6) both have been in the fourth quarter.