Where does Aaron Rodgers rank among Packers’ all-time passing records?

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An uncertain future with the franchise might prevent Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers from topping the team’s record books in all the major passing statistical categories.

Brett Favre, the Hall of Fame quarterback, leads most of the volume stats, but Rodgers isn’t far behind. And Rodgers is the overwhelming winner in all the efficiency stats.

Here’s where Rodgers ranks in the Packers record books entering 2021:

Completions: 2nd

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) throws for a gain against the Carolina Panthers during their football game Saturday, December 19, 2020, at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis.

1. Brett Favre: 5,377 2. Aaron Rodgers: 4,285 3. Bart Starr: 1,808 4. Lynn Dickey: 1,592 5. Don Majkowski: 889 How far from first: 1,093

Attempts: 2nd

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1. Brett Favre: 8,754 2. Aaron Rodgers: 6,587 3. Bart Starr: 3,149 4. Lynn Dickey: 2,831 5. Tobin Rote: 1,854 How far from first: 2,168

Passing yards: 2nd

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1. Brett Favre: 61,655 2. Aaron Rodgers: 51,245 3. Bart Starr: 24,718 4. Lynn Dickey: 21,369 5. Tobin Rote: 11,535 How far from first: 10,411

Passing touchdowns: 2nd

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1. Brett Favre: 442 2. Aaron Rodgers: 412 3. Bart Starr: 152 4. Lynn Dickey: 133 5. Tobin Rote: 89 How far from first: 31

Interceptions: 6th

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1. Brett Favre: 286 2. Lynn Dickey: 151 3. Bart Starr: 138 4. Tobin Rote: 119 5. Arnie Herber: 90 6. Aaron Rodgers: 89 How far from first: 198

Passer rating: 1st

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1. Aaron Rodgers: 103.9 2. Matt Flynn: 86.3 3. Brett Favre: 85.8 4. Bart Starr: 80.5 5. Lynn Dickey: 73.8

Wins as starting QB: 2nd

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1. Brett Favre: 160 2. Aaron Rodgers: 126 3. Bart Starr: 94 4. Lynn Dickey: 43 5. Tobin Rote: 26 How far from first: 35

Completion percentage: 1st

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1. Aaron Rodgers: 65.1 2. Brett Favre: 61.4 3. Bart Starr: 57.4 4. Lynn Dickey: 56.2 5. Don Majkowski: 55.3

Times sacked: 1st

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1. Aaron Rodgers: 468 2. Brett Favre: 438 3. Lynn Dickey: 268 4. Don Majkowski: 159 5. Bart Starr: 122

Yards per attempt: 2nd

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1. Bart Starr: 7.85 2. Aaron Rodgers: 7.78 3. Lynn Dickey: 7.55 4. Brett Favre: 7.04 5. Don Majkowski: 6.76

Touchdown to interception ratio: 1st

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1. Aaron Rodgers: 4.63 2. Brett Favre: 1.55 3. Bart Starr: 1.10 4. Don Majkowski: 1.00 5. Lynn Dickey: 0.88

Passing touchdown percentage: 1st

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1. Aaron Rodgers: 6.25 2. Brett Favre: 5.05 3. Bart Starr: 4.83 4. Tobin Rote: 4.80 5. Lynn Dickey: 4.70

Passing interception percentage: 1st

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1. Aaron Rodgers: 1.35 2. Brett Favre: 3.27 3. Don Majkowski: 3.48 4. Bart Starr: 4.38 5. Lynn Dickey: 5.33

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