Aaron Rodgers completed 14-of-30 passes for 218 yards, four touchdowns, and an interception as the Packers downed the Cardinals 31-17 in Week 9.
He also scrambled eight times for 33 yards, padding his stats with athleticism. The Cardinals maintained good coverage most of the game and put pressure on a Green Bay offense that lost RT Bryan Bulaga to a potentially significant hip injury, but Rodgers got it done in the red zone time and time again. He also capped the Packers' scoring with a 72-yard catch-and-run score to wide-open TE Tom Crabtree. On an absolute tear, Rodgers has a 25:5 TD-to-INT ratio on the season. He has 22 of those touchdowns in his last six games alone (3.7 per-game average). The Packers go on a bye in Week 10.