Who is the greatest Green Bay Packer of all time?

Aaron Rodgers said he is debatably the greatest Green Bay Packer of all time on Wednesday while guesting on the “Pat McAfee Show.”

“I would say this is debatable, but I’m debatably the best player in franchise history,” Rodgers said on the show. “I’m in the conversation for sure.

“What’s not debatable is I’m the longest-tenured Packer in history. You can debate the first part, obviously, Bart (Starr), Brett (Favre), a number of names have been incredible. But you can’t debate that anybody has been there longer than I have. And nobody has bled green and gold like me.”

  • Rodgers is 147-75-1 as a starter. He has thrown for 59,055 yards with 475 touchdowns against 105 interceptions.

  • Favre was 160-93-0 with Green Bay. He threw for 61,655 yards with 442 TDs and 286 interceptions.

  • Starr was 94-57-6 with 24,718 passing yards, 152 TDs, and 138 interceptions.

Starr won two Super Bowls — first two — with Green Bay. Rodgers and Favre each won one.

Of course, we aren’t going to ignore the greatest coach in franchise history, Vince Lombardi. He won a pair of Super Bowls and 5 NFL championships.

Lombardi was 89-29-4 as Packers coach and won 9 of 10 playoff games.


Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire