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By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

 

 

 

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had a spectacular game yesterday evening against the Chicago Bears, throwing for a total of 315 yards and 6 touchdowns, much to the delight of all “Cheese Heads” in attendance at Lambeau Field.

The former NFL MVP, Rodgers, threw all 6 of his touchdown passes in the first-half of yesterday’s Week 10 edition of Sunday Night Football.

Rodgers incredible performance tied the record for most touchdowns scored in one half of football (6).

The last time a quarterback had accomplished the feat was back in 1969 when Oakland Raiders QB Daryle Lamonica did it against the Buffalo Bills.

Rodgers has been on absolute fire this season, throwing for 2,407 yards with 25 touchdowns against just 3 interceptions through 9 games.

Green Bay currently sits in top spot of the NFC’s North Division with a record of 6-3.

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