Aaron Rodgers 1st QB to Throw for 350+ Yards in Consecutive Postseason Games

January 16, 2017   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers finished Sunday's 34-31 win over the Dallas Cowboys with 356 yards passing.
In doing so, he became the first signal-caller to throw for at least 350 yards in consecutive playoff victories, according to the Elias Sports Bureau (via ESPN). He threw for 362 yards in the team's opening-round victory over the New York Giants.
The Packers got out to an early 21-3 lead in the game but required everything Rodgers had to squeak out a victory thanks to an NFL-best eighth pass of 30-plus yards downfield in the last minute of a half over the last two seasons, per ESPN Stats & Info. The next-closest to Rodgers has just three throws that meet those qualifications.
Per ESPN Stats & Info, Rodgers' streak of 318 consecutive passes and 24 touchdown passes without an interception came to an end in Sunday's contest, but that was about all that went wrong for him. His touchdown streak was the second-longest in ...

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