Lost in all of the consternation and panic over our offensive line, running game, run defense, and safety positions, Aaron Rodgers has yet to throw a pick.
In fact, Aaron Rodgers has made 90 attempts this season without a pick. Only two other starting quarterbacks in the entire league have made it through three games without a pick (Kyle Orton and Marc Bulger), and one of those guys didn't even finish his last game.
How impressive is this? Well, I'm no stat master, but I can tell you that the NFL record for most consecutive pass attempts without an interception is 308 by Bernie Kosar. The Packer record is 294, set by a guy named Bart back in 1964-65.
Note those records were set over the course of a couple of seasons. If that is the case, Aaron Rodgers threw no interceptions last year in the season finale against the Lions (31 pass attempts).
In fact, Rodgers has not been intercepted since the 2:16 mark in the first quarter of Week 16 against the Bears, which by my estimate, would add another 28 pass attempts to his total.
All tallied, since the Bears game, Aaron Rodgers has now attempted 149 consecutive passes without an interceptions, which may mean he has a while before he reaches the rarified air of Starr and Kosar, but given the problems this team has had since the start of the 2008 season, it's pretty impressive.
In this 149-attempt span, the Packers have gone 3-2, with two of the wins coming against perhaps the most inept teams in the league (the Lions and the Rams). In other words, not throwing interceptions is not a guarantee of success. Certainly, there have been concerns with Rodgers and the amount of time he's been hanging on to the ball, as well as not throwing the ball away as well as he used to.
But, if we were looking for the anti-Favre, we may have found it in Rodgers. A few more games taking care of the ball, and we might be looking at a challenger to the record.