GREEN BAY, WI (WSAU) Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been named the N-F-C’s offensive player-of-the-week. The reigning M-V-P had his best performance of the season last Sunday in Green Bay’s one-point home win over New Orleans.
Rodgers completed 76-percent of his passes – and he threw for four touchdowns with an interception. He was not sacked at all, and his passer rating against the Saints was 119-point-nine. Rodgers helped the Green Bay offense churn out 30 first downs in that contest – the most by the Pack since 1989.
This is the sixth time Rodgers has won the player-of-the-week honors. He won it three times last season.