In the first quarter of Saturday’s 24-22 win over the Cleveland Browns at Lambeau Field, Allen Lazard had the honor of catching the Green Bay Packers quarterback’s franchise-record-setting 443rd career touchdown pass.
The NFL had a special sticker on the balls to note the record. However, the ball had a major error on it as the sticker said 433 instead of 443.
A simple sticker change should fix that right up.
Rodgers tied Favre’s franchise record of 442 touchdown passes last Sunday when he threw three in a 31-30 win over the Baltimore Ravens. He set the record in his 211th game while Favre needed 255 games.
Another glaring difference between Rodgers and Favre is the hall of famer having 286 picks in his Packers career while Rodgers has just 93.
Rodgers finished the game 24-of-34 for 202 yards and three touchdowns as Green Bay improved to 12-3.
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