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Offensive Stats: Do or Die Moment

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Greenbayphil, Feb 9, 2011.

  1. Greenbayphil

    Greenbayphil Cheesehead

    Jan 17, 2011
    Since I done the defensive stats for the last 6 games I thought I may aswell do the offensive stats too, here they are:

    offesive Stats:

    Aaron Rodgers 134/197

    Completion: 68%

    Yards: 1727

    Yards Per Game: 288

    Touchdowns: 14

    Interceptions: 3

    Running Game:

    Yards: 583

    Yards Per Game: 97

    Touchdowns: 6

    Total Offense

    Yards: 2310

    Yards Per Game: 385

    Touchdowns: 20

    Notice that overall the Defense had as many turnovers as we had touchdowns :):chisux:
  2. rawalabhay

    rawalabhay Cheesehead

    Aug 25, 2009
    A lot of the trunovers were converted into TD's or FG's and that always helps!
  3. PackersRS

    PackersRS Cheesehead

    Dec 22, 2008
    Rodgers was un-freaking-believable in the postseason.

    The best postseason quarterbacking that I've ever seen, hands down. Better than anything Tom Brady, Payton Manning, Drew Brees, Kurt Warner and Brett Favre have ever done in a single postseason.

    Oh, and BTW, here's a stat for you:
    Best regular season QB rating of all time: Aaron Rodgers, 98.4 rating.
    Best postseason QB rating of all time: Aaron Rodgers, 112.6 rating (second is Bart Starr with 104.8)

    Yep. Rodgers is the best regular season AND postseason QB of all time, QB rating-wise.
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  4. Bogart

    Bogart Duke Mantee

    Jan 26, 2011
    Post season, Rodgers should have every record if he don't.
    There isn't another quarterback in the league I would want to go into the playoffs with guiding my team. Even when our backs are against the wall, like they said we would lose to Philly, and lose to Atlanta, he put his heart into those games and gave it everything he had.

    They can talk about Peyton Manning, Brees, Brady, and Rivers but they can't convince me none of them are better in the playoffs than Rodgers.

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