GREEN BAY, WIS. – Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers came almost up six throwing away from the NFL record for the most unsuccessful trials. But after the Atlanta Falcons linebacker, Deion Jones struck a ball that virtually hit him between the numbers on his shirt. Rodgers succeeded further.
On his third pass attempt in the second half, he tied Tom Brady's NFL record with his 358th straight passport without interception. At his next throw he broke it.
Rodgers 359th subsequent passport without interception was a 24-yard touchdown to Randall Cobb to give Packers a 27-7 third lead over Falcons.
Winston Moss, who was fired by Packers this past week, said his tweet, perceived as criticizing Aaron Rodgers, was actually about the standards of Green Bay fans.
Rodgers entered the game who needed 22 tries without choosing to tie Brady. The loss of Jones in the second quarter was his 16th pass of the game.
Rodger's final interception came in week 4 against Buffalo Bills on a two-fold defeat pass. It's Rodger's only tick of the season. He threw his 22nd touchdown of the first half season to Davante Adams, who took his 11th touchdown of the season.
Rodgers entered the game ranked first in NFL history in touchdown to 4.22 to 1, among quarterbacks with at least 1,500 pass attempts.
Brady put out dashboard recordings in the 2010 and 2011 seasons.