Aaron Rodgers became the quickest QB in the NFL to reach 300 TDs in only 144 appearances. This also moves him into a tie with John Elway on the all-time TD list, and he should break the tie next week when the Packers host Cincinnati. If Rodgers keeps up his current rate of 2.2 TDs per game, it will take about 110 more games for him to catch Peyton Manning, the current record holder.
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