Packers QB Aaron Rodgers moves into fifth place all-time for passing touchdowns

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Only four quarterbacks in the history of the National Football League have thrown more touchdown passes than Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Rodgers threw two touchdown passes in the first half of Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals, giving him 422 touchdown passes in his career and moving him into fifth place all-time in NFL history.

Rodgers tied Dan Marino for sixth place at 420 touchdown passes last week against the Steelers. He tied Philip Rivers for fifth on a touchdown pass to A.J. Dillon and then passed Rivers with a second touchdown pass to Davante Adams in the second quarter.

Fourth place on the all-time list belongs to former Packers quarterback Brett Favre with 508.

1. Tom Brady, 591
2. Drew Brees, 571
3. Peyton Manning, 539
4. Brett Favre, 508
5. Aaron Rodgers, 422

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