Dec 11, 2011
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers continued his record-setting pace with two touchdown passes in a 46-16 win over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
Rodgers became the fourth quarterback in league history to throw for at least two touchdowns in 13 consecutive games, joining Don Meredith of the Dallas Cowboys, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady.
He has tossed at least three scoring passes in nine games this season as the reigning Super Bowl champions have bolted to a perfect 13-0 start.
For the season, Rodgers has 39 touchdowns passes against only six interceptions. He threw for 281 yards Sunday to give him 4,125 for the season.