QB for Packers sets the franchise record holder for landing passes
In a duel valid for the 16th week of NFL Christmas Day, and Green Bay Packers Suffered, but won the Cleveland Browns At Lambeau Field from the 24th to the 22nd on Saturday.
The day was historic for Aaron Rodgers, who broke the tie with Brett Favre to become the record holder for touchdown passes in franchise history.
The No. 12 entered the match with a score of 442 and threw three touchdown passes in the match against Brown.
But more than attacking, it was the Green Bay defense that secured the team’s victory, with four interceptions on Baker Mayfield.
As a result, the Packers, who had already entered the seeded field in the playoffs, improved their campaign to 12 wins and 3 losses and continued as the best team in the NFC.
Meanwhile, the Browns slipped to 7-8 and they remained in the backlight of the North Asia Division, hampering their chances of supplementing with that score.
Aaron Rodgers: 24-34 in assists, 202 yards, 3 TD
Davant Adams: 10 grabs, 114 yards, 2 TD
Baker Mayfield: 21-36 assists, 222 yards, 2 TD, 4 interceptions
Nick Chubb: 17 charged, 126 yards, 1 TD
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