Throwing 300 career touchdowns is a huge milestone for an NFL quarterback. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw his 300th on Sunday. Unfortunately, it might go down as the most unmemorable 300th touchdown in NFL history.
First, here it is.
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) September 18, 2017
A shovel pass.
Rodgers didn’t rifle it in from 25 yards out. It wasn’t a strike. He didn’t throw into coverage. It was a shovel pass. That’s for starters.
More importantly, it really didn’t mean anything in terms of the game and won’t mean anything in terms of the season.
It came with 5:51 left in the fourth quarter of a game in which the Packers were getting blown out. Rodgers was trying in vain to lead comeback from being down 27 points.
It’s great that Rodgers has reached the 300-touchdown milestone. It’s unfortunate for the guy the how and where it happened. Although, I suspect he could care less.
He clearly was just trying to lead a rally, not worrying about milestones. And you have to appreciate him for that.
Its a shame the organization doesn’t help their 2nd greatest QB in franchise history (Only behind Starr-5 titles). No doubt BEST QB in world right now, should have 3-4 rings by now! Unfortunate he is coached by total tree sloth. and has worst ” Weekend at Bernies” GM!!!!!!
Don’t worry, his 400th will be much better.