Aaron Rodgers is the Player of the Week

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Aaron Rodgers vs. Washington

Aaron Rodgers vs. Washington

Not surprisingly, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was named the NFC offensive player of the week for his performance against the Washington Redskins.

In the game, Rodgers tied the Packers single-game passing mark with 480 yards. He was 34-of-42 with four touchdowns and a 146 QB rating in the Packers 38-20 win. In the first half, Rodgers piled up 335 yards and after halftime the game was so out of control, the Packers went away from the pass (at least by their standards).

In other words, if the Redskins were worth a shit, Rodgers’ day could have been a lot more impressive.

Through the first two games, Rodgers is 55-of-79 for 813 yards, 7 TDs and 1 interception, with a rating of 127.2. Does anyone else smell another MVP coming?

If he keeps up this pace, he’s got a great shot.

This is the eighth time Rodgers has been named player of the week.

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Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

6 Comments on "Aaron Rodgers is the Player of the Week"

  1. PF4l

    While Aaron Rodgers continues to be Aaron Rodgers. Christian Ponder continues to be a…..waste of another Vikings season…Good luck with that Greg. :)

  2. Savage57

    Real early, and 2 games don’t make a season, but his year-to-date averages extrapolate as follows for the season:

    Attempts: 640
    Completions: 448
    Comp Pct: 69.6%
    Total Yards: 6512
    TD’s: 56
    Int’s: 8
    QB Rating: Eat me, Jennings!

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