Originally posted on The Penalty Flag  |  Last updated 11/16/11
The Green Bay Packers’ 9-0 record is impressive but what’s even more impressive is that they have now won 15 straight games dating back to Week 16 of the 2010 season. Aaron Rodgers has been on a tear that looks far from over. His insatiable appetite to win has been the catalyst to what is undoubtedly the most proficient and sustained passing performance we have seen to date. Tom Brady had probably one of the most dominant seasons ever by a quarterback back in the 2007 season as he led his team to 18 straight wins and a Super Bowl berth. Unfortunately he wasn’t able to get his team the win when it counted ruining what could have been the most prolific season ever by a quarterback in the history of the game. As dominant as Brady was back in 2007, Rodgers has been just as dominant this season. His numbers are right there where Brady’s numbers were after the first nine games of Brady’s undefeated regular season run. So far Rodgers has completed 72.9% of his passes for 2,869 yard and 28 touchdowns while throwing only three interceptions. After nine games Brady had completed 73.2% of his passes for [...]
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