Aaron Rodgers' Remarkable Consistency Puts Him in Rare Territory in 2019

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We've truly lost count as to how many records Aaron Rodgers has broken across his Hall of Fame career. That task becomes even more impossible when you consider the number of exclusive lists that he is featured on.

Well, Green Bay Packers fans can add another tally to the ledger, as Rodgers' remarkable play in 2019 sees him as one of two quarterbacks in the NFL (Matthew Stafford being the other) to finish every game this season with a passer rating over 80.

To catapult that statistic into mind-boggling territory, 53 quarterbacks -- including 30 of the league's 32 starting signal-callers -- have finished AT LEAST one tilt with a rating below 80.

That's actually insane, especially when you consider that Rodgers has faced off against the elite defenses of the Broncos, Bears, and Vikings.

An additional variable that makes No.12's consistency all the more breathtaking is the fact that he's done it primarily targeting Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams out the backfield given that Pro Bowl wideout Davante Adams, thanks to turf toe, has been limited to just six games this season.

There is a reason he's regularly mentioned in GOAT debates in sports bars across the country, folks.

Up next for Rodgers and the Pack is a date with the 9-1 San Francisco 49ers, whose D has looked awfully vulnerable in recent weeks. Bet on the legendary QB to keep the mojo working.