Aaron Rodgers has just 89 picks in 6,587 passes — and he hates every one of them
GREEN BAY, Wis. — It’s not an arduous task to watch all of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers‘ career interceptions. There are only 89 of them over 16 NFL regular seasons, and the technology is readily available.
There’s one, however, that seems to have escaped the permanence of NFL Game Pass (whose archives only go back to 2009), ESPN.com’s own video database and even the infinitude of YouTube.
It’s career interception No. 7 from way back in 2008, Rodgers’ first season as a starter.
No need for video, however, when Rodgers can describe exactly how former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher got him.
“He duped me,” Rodgers recalled for ESPN on New Year’s Eve as he drove home from Lambeau Field. “He kind of no-looked me. He looked like he was going to come down, and…