NFL Week 7 aftermath: A big weekend for NFC North quarterbacks, with one exception

Los Angeles Times
NFL Week 7 aftermath: A big weekend for NFC North quarterbacks, with one exception
NFL Week 7 aftermath: A big weekend for NFC North quarterbacks, with one exception

Check out the quarterbacks in the NFC North, and what they did Sunday: Aaron Rodgers had the first perfect rating in Green Bay history, throwing for 429 yards and five touchdowns with no interceptions. Kirk Cousins became the first Vikings quarterback in 15 years to throw four touchdown passes in back-to-back games. Even though Detroit lost, Matthew Stafford reached 40,000 yards passing in his career in the fewest games (147) in league history. He eclipsed Atlanta's Matt Ryan (151). Chicago's Mitch Trubisky was 14 of 27 for 84 yards by the time New Orleans was up, 29-10. The Bears made a surge in the fourth quarter to cut the final score to 36-25, but it was all cosmetics. The Bears' offense

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