Aaron Rodgers has overtaken Brett Favre to become the Green Bay Packers’ leader in career touchdown passes.
The record came on Saturday night football when Rodgers threw his 443rd career touchdown pass with an 11-yard completion to Allen Lazard in the first quarter of the Packers’ game with the Cleveland Browns.
Favre threw 508 touchdown passes during his Hall of Fame career, but only 442 of them with Green Bay.
Following the record, the franchise released a pre-recorded video that aired on the scoreboard that had the hall of famer requesting that No. 12 go out and win a Super Bowl.
“Hey, 12, congratulations, man, on passing my touchdown record,” Favre said. “I have one request: Go get us another Super Bowl. Congrats.”
Rodgers is still fifth in NFL history in touchdown passes, trailing Favre by 65.
The Packers came into the week in possession of the No. 1 seed in the NFC, which would guarantee a first-round bye in the postseason and homefield advantage throughout the playoffs.
Another Super Bowl title might complete Rodgers’ legacy in Green Bay. He won his first in 2010.