8. Six touchdowns in a half vs. Bears (2014)
Aaron Rodgers and Matt Flynn shared the Packers’ franchise record for touchdown passes in a game with six. Rodgers decided that wasn’t enough, throwing six in a single half against the Chicago Bears in 2014.
In one of the most dominant performances of his career, Rodgers only played a little over two quarters in the game, throwing for 315 yards and six touchdowns with a passer rating of 145.8.
Green Bay led 42-0 at halftime and Rodgers was pulled from the game less than five minutes into the third quarter. The Packers won the game 55-14.
Just imagine Rodgers had been allowed to play the entire game.
7. THE throw to Jared Cook vs. Cowboys in divisional round (2016)
We all remember the throw to Jared Cook in the divisional round of the playoffs in 2016.
With the score tied at 31-31 with only 12 seconds remaining, Green Bay had the ball on its own 33-yard line facing third-and-20. Overtime was the only outcome, right?
On a play Rodgers incredibly created in the huddle, he rolled to his left, bought some time, and then threw a beauty to Jared Cook down the sideline. Cook made a spectacular catch and kept his feet in bounds.
It left three seconds on the clock and a chance for Mason Crosby to boot through a game-winner, which he did.