Packers’ Aaron Rodgers passes John Elway on all-time NFL passing listing throughout ‘MNF’



It might have taken per week longer than anticipated, however Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers lastly entered the highest 10 of the NFL’s all-time passing leaders throughout Inexperienced Bay’s “Monday Evening Soccer” matchup vs. the Lions.

Rodgers entered Monday’s recreation 97 yards shy of John Elway’s 51,475 yards after throwing for 133 yards in a Week 1 loss to the Saints. He handed Elway with a 50-yard strike to receiver Davante Adams within the third quarter. With that connection, Rodgers now has the Tenth-most passing yards in NFL historical past:

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Rodgers continued his aerial assault within the second half, including passing touchdowns of twenty-two and 11 yards to go together with his scores of 4 and 1 yards within the first half.

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Rodgers entered 2021 with 9 seasons of at the least 4,000 passing yards since taking up as starter in 2008. He solely missed that mark in seasons he didn’t play a full 16-game schedule. That mentioned, it is unlikely he’ll climb larger than his present place in 2021, as Matt Ryan (ninth all time with 56,231 passing yards) continues to be taking part in.

Beneath is the complete top-10 listing of the NFL’s all-time main passers:

Rank Participant Yards
1 Drew Brees 80,358
2 Tom Brady 79,859
3 Peyton Manning 71,940
4 Brett Favre 71,838
5 Philip Rivers 63,440
6 Dan Marino 61,361
7 Ben Roethlisberger 60,831
8 Eli Manning 57,023
9 Matt Ryan 56,231
10 Aaron Rodgers 51,633

Rodgers would wish roughly 5,600 yards to cross the following passer on the listing, Eli Manning (57,023 yards).




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