In an article recently published by Sports Illustrated, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was asked where Sunday's 33-28 win over the Bears ranked on his personal all-time favorite games list, with him surprisingly picking it third behind his Super Bowl win and 2010's Divisional Round upset over the Falcons. Rodgers completed 25/39 passes for 318 yards in the victory.
Now while the game was definitely exciting, I'm a little surprised Rodgers liked it so much. I mean, since his favorite two are both playoff games, him saying Sunday's game was third would mean it was his favorite regular season game ever. And he's thrown for 6 TDs before, hasn't he? So why is he instead choosing a contest in which he got picked off twice? It's just confusing to me.