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  1. tests

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    If rodgers throws 3 tds in the next 4 games, he will tie brady's 50 td total.

    The giants was the most difficult game left... and he torched them for 4 tds.

    I can see him getting 4 against the raiders... and 2-3 against the chiefs.

    Probably two vs the bears (but if cutler is still out, he will have more time on offense and thus probably can get 3 tds).

    And probably 2 against the lions.

    i see rodgers ending with 49-51 td's
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    The Chiefs have been playing good defense, I guess Crennel wants another HC job, so maybe the Chiefs will slow him down, and some of those games you don't know how the weather is going to be, he might do it though.
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    Rodgers may not even have to play the last couple games on their schedule.
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    He probably doesn't even care about that record. He just led his team to an undefeated season and won back to back Superbowls.

    They looked human today.
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    No.

    If he "throws 3 td's in the next 4 games", he'll have 41 td's for the season.

    If he AVERAGES a little more than 3 tds in the next 4 games, he will break the record.
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    It's going to be close. They have 3 games left at home so I imagine they're gonna have at least one bad weather game which could take away his chances at the record.
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    oops. i thought he had 38 tds not 37. My fault.
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    Records are made to be broken. If Rodgers gets the job done, so be it. I WANT TO SEE BRADY WIN ANOTHER RING, I could care less about a TD record. Besides, Brady has been breaking records all year. Almost every game I watch the commentator talks about some long standing record that Brady is close to breaking.
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    if the pats won the SB that year..i would care a lot more


    He has a very good chance at breaking it
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    Regardless of how many touchdowns he ends up with IMHO there's no question that Rodgers is playing at a higher level than Brady did in 07.
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    Yeah, no question. None at all. :rolleyes:

    Methinks this his a prime example of downplaying the past.
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    Brady will probably break Marino's record this season, but Brees probably will also
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    Amen, Bella*chick.
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    Higher passer rating and unlike 07 Brady, who had some mediocre games, Rodgers has been amazing in every single game so far. If he finishes strong, which is very likely considering their schedule, his performance will go down as the best ever by a QB.

    EDIT:

    Rodgers' lowest passer rating in a game this season was today against the Giants and it was 106.2 (!!). That is just absurd.

    Brady had games of 76.3, 79.7, and 51.5 in 07.
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    Compare their schedules...
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    Brady had 2 games with 150+ passer rating and one was a perfect rating. Even though I think Passer rating itself is crap, Rodgers never seemed as unstoppable as Brady was in 2007 minus the superbowl and 1 or two other games. Not to mention they faced the nfc east and afc north who were one of the best divisions at the time
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    :rofl:





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    also the only "bad teams" the Pats faced that year were rivals in the afc east and the bengals
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    Rodney Harrison seems to think so as well so I don't see what's so funny.
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    His "mediocre games" were, 1 in impossible to play weather, with the other which was a comeback with that wasn't even a bad game to begin with. The miami game he had a bad rating but if you saw the game clearly he was dominant. Which is why QB rating doesn't tell even half the story
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