Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers becomes the fastest QB in NFL history to throw 250 touchdown passes, from 121 games.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has become the fastest player in NFL history to throw 250 touchdown passes.
On his 121st appearance, the 31-year-old threw a 25-yarder to Eddie Lacy against Chicago Bears on Thursday night to beat Dan Marino's record mark for the milestone of 128 games.
Rodgers's latest feat comes a little over a month after he became the fastest quarterback in NFL history to throw 30,000 yards, in 3,652 attempts.
His Packers predecessor Brett Favre, who has said that he was never as good a player as Rodgers has become, took 141 games to throw 250 touchdowns.
Rodgers has twice been named NFL MVP - as well as winning the Super Bowl MVP award in 2010 after leading his side to victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers - since taking over from Favre in 2008.
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