Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the NFC’s Offensive Player of the Week.
Rodgers completed 22 of 28 passes (78.6%) for 302 yards and four touchdowns in the Packers 38-17 win over the Chicago Bears on Sunday. Rodgers finished with a 151.2 quarterback rating.
The performance marked his second career game with a 150+ passer rating, his 13th with at least four touchdown passes and his 34th with at least 300 passing yards.
Rodgers now has 25,196 career passing yards, reaching 25,000 passing yards in 3,065 attempts, the fewest attempts in NFL history to reach the mark.
In his 10th season, this is Rodgers’ ninth career Player of the Week Award and first since Week 2, 2013. That’s the second most Player of the Week Awards in franchise history. Brett Favre holds the record with 12.
San Francisco safety Antoine Bethea and Philadelphia’s Darren Sproles are the Defensive and Special Teams Players of the Week respectively.