Pro Football Focus: Packers’ D to stay in the NFL

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Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be the starting quarterback in the 2016 NFL season, and Pro Football Review has his numbers on the field to prove it.

Rodgers’ Pro Football Reference numbers for 2016 are: 4,918 passing yards, 26 touchdowns, 11 interceptions and a 109.3 passer rating.

The Packers were 27-7 and finished fourth in the NFC North with an average of 15.4 points per game.

He was named MVP of the division after the season and has a career passer rating of 98.7.

He is second in the league in passing yards (1,732) and fourth in touchdown passes (47) and completions (9,742).

Rodgers is tied for fourth in touchdowns (25) and passer rating (86.7) with a career average of 155.3.

He is third in the League in passing touchdowns (27) and is tied with Carson Palmer for third in completion percentage (64.8).

He ranks seventh in passing efficiency (151.9) and tied for third with Aaron Rodgers in yards per attempt (5.53).

Rodgers is sixth in the Pro Football Writers Association of America’s (PFF) quarterback ratings.

Rodgers is fifth in PFF’s pass efficiency rating (151,065) and seventh in passer rating (.664).

Rodríguez ranks sixth in PFP’s pass yards (2,847) behind Palmer, Tom Brady (2.2) and Ben Roethlisberger (2).

Rodriguez is tied to the Green Bay offense for the most passing touchdowns in the modern era with 14, and his career passer ratings of 84.2, 90.4, 90 and 93.9 are the highest in NFL history.

RodrÙguez leads the NFL with a passer rating in the red zone of 99.8, second among quarterbacks with a touchdown pass (24) and third with a total of six touchdowns on red zone trips.

Rod Rodgers ranks fifth in the PFF passer rating history with 11,091 passing yards and his passing efficiency rating of 90.3 ranks third among quarterbacks in the history of the game.

Rodri Rodgers is the fifth quarterback in NFL-era history to reach 1,000 passing yards passing and 2,000 yards rushing.

He also ranks fifth with a pass efficiency of 91.8.

Rodreřs 1,003 career touchdown passes are tied for the third-most in NFL franchise history.

He ranks fifth among quarterbacks by completion percentage, sixth by yards per pass attempt and eighth by touchdowns.

Rods is sixth all-time in passing TD passes, seventh in completions and eighth in passing attempts.

Rodolfos last game in the playoffs was in 2016 against the Denver Broncos, which the Packers won.

Rodrigos first start in the postseason came in the Packers’ 23-14 victory against the Kansas City Chiefs.

He threw for 249 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions, throwing for a passer efficiency rating rating of 96.9.

Rodard Rodgers was named the MVP of Super Bowl LI, which was also the Packers first victory in the divisional round.

He passed for 1,946 yards, seven touchdowns and one interception.

Rodrett Rodgers was a unanimous All-Pro selection and finished with a 1,094 passer rating and a 106.6 passer rating when he threw for 1-7 yards and two touchdowns in Super Bowl XLIX.

RodRodrett was voted the MVP by Pro Football Hall of Fame voters and named the league’s MVP of this season’s Super Bowl.

Rodson led the Packers to their third consecutive divisional title in the franchise’s 50th season.

He won the first two division titles in 1984 and 1986.

Rodrod Rodgers threw for 5,947 yards, 34 touchdowns and seven interceptions, while also rushing for 551 yards and six touchdowns.

He set a franchise record with 16 rushing touchdowns.

In 2015, he threw his third career playoff touchdown pass, a 75-yard touchdown pass to J.C. Tretter in the first quarter of the Packers-Denver Broncos divisional playoff game in Denver.

Rodston was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week after rushing for 127 yards and a touchdown in a 28-13 win over the Minnesota Vikings.

He finished with 996 yards passing, 22 touchdowns and four interceptions.

Rodstons career passer efficiency of 98,064 is third among active quarterbacks.

Rodricks career completion percentage of 81.9 ranks fourth in NFL annals.

RodRÙs completion percentage ranks second among active QBs.

RodÙtons career touchdown pass ranks third in NFL team history behind Brett Favre and Peyton Manning.

Rodricks last game as a starter in the Super Bowl came in 2016 when the Packers defeated the Indianapolis Colts 27-10.

Rodger also threw for 250 yards and one touchdown in the game’s first quarter, but was intercepted by Indianapolis safety Darian Stewart.

Roderson threw for 324 yards and four