That’s how many yards Rodgers would have to average per game to be the first QB to ever throw for 6000 yards.
Crazy? Not so crazy to me. In Manning’s NFL record 2013 season, he averaged 342. Drew Brees averaged the same in his then record setting 2011 campaign.
There’s an awful lot of folks in the pundit world tossing Rodgers’ prime out the door. He’s no longer elite. Want to see what a motivated Rodgers can do in a 21st century offense? Doubt him.. go ahead.
Weapons- does he have enough? Maybe it’s more about the system. It sure seemed like the talent was pretty good, rookies being rookies and all. Was the system right for Jimmy Graham? Is there a better one? Did McCarthy even know how to use a TE anymore?
It seems like a complete impossibility. But in today’s NFL, is it really? And with a legendary QB trying to prove a bunch of folks it wasn’t him in a system that Marcus Mariotta and Jered Goff have put up numbers?
375... it could happen.