December games at Lambeau Field have always been tough. But they’ve especially been tough for opponents during the Aaron Rodgers era.
The 33-year old future Hall of Famer turns up the heat during December and hasn’t lost a home December game for almost his entire career. The last loss, in fact, came back in 2008.
He has won 16 straight December home games, having his last loss on December 7, 2008. A 24-21 loss against the Houston Texans.
Overall in his career, he’s 23-10 in December: 15-1 at home, 8-9 on the road.
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) December 24, 2016
NFL – Aaron Rodgers hasn't lost a home game in December since 2008
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In 33 December games, the All-Pro quarterback averages 260 yards per game with 64 touchdowns, 17 interceptions and a 101.4 QB rating.
Look out this afternoon, Minnesota. It’s a beautiful day in Mr. Rodgers’ neighborhood.
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