FIRST 3,000+-YARD SEASON The 2008 season proved to be a special one for Aaron Rodgers. Although the teamfinished with a 6–10 record, he finished the season by establishing himself as the “leader of the Pack.” His 4,038 yards passing on 341 completions in 536 attempts, 28 touchdowns, and rating of 93.2 was the first time he surpassed 3,000 yards passing in a season. Since becoming the starting quarterback for the Packers, Rodgers has thrown for at least 2,500
or more yards in 13 of the 14 seasons from 2008—2019. He threw for more than 4,000 yards in 10 of those 14 seasons (with no signs of slowing down).
Highlights of Green Bay’s Week 14 loss to Detroit, a game in which Rodgers surpassed the 3,000 yards passing mark in a season for the first time.
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