Aaron Rodgers passes Brett Favre as all-time leader in touchdown passes for Packers

One shipment to Allen Lazard was enough for ARod to outrun the mark set by its predecessor at the Green Bay checkpoints.

The Green bay packers, one of the franchises with the longest tradition in the history of the NFL, have added yet another chapter of greatness to their illustrious history, this time at quarterback.

With his first touchdown pass of the afternoon in a Week 16 game against the Cleveland browns, Aaron Rodgers got his entry submission No. 443 in the colors of the Packers, leaving behind the tie it had for first place in the franchise with its predecessor, Brett favre.

The delivery was a third-and-5 pass from the 11-yard line to Allen lazard, in the middle of the first period.

Rodgers It didn’t take long for him to bring the mark to 444 with a touchdown pass to Davante adams in the second period, sending a third and a goal from the 9-yard line. The count rose to 445 in connection with Adams, again, on a 1-yard pass, with 12 seconds remaining in the first half.

Rodgers was selected in the first round by the Packers in the 2005 draft, but spent his first three years in the league on the bench, while Favre –a member of the Hall of Fame– remained at the controls of the offensive.

When it was the turn of Rodgers to play, after Favre was traded to the New York Jets after retirement and return from retirement, the team maintained its high level of play at the position. Rodgers has directed to Green bay to a victory of Super bowl, same number of rings that he achieved at the time Favre.

The past offseason was filled with drama between Rodgers and the Packers, with the quarterback accusing the franchise of not consulting him on personnel decisions, mainly the selection of the quarterback Jordan love in the first round of the 2020 draft.

However, once the season starts, Rodgers he returned to his usual level of play. The current quarterback of the Packers it’s a three times NFL Most Valuable Player, including last season.

Rodgers remains fifth on the all-time scoring pass list, down from 508 total for Favre, who is fourth. Between active players, Rodgers is second, behind the 617 of Tom brady, of the Tampa bay buccaneers.

The Packers they beat the Browns by 24-22.