Monday November 10th, 2014

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw six first-half touchdown, tying a franchise and NFL record. 

Rodgers' six touchdowns helped the Packers build an early, insurmountable 42-0 lead against the Chicago Bears on Sunday night. He was 18 of 24 for 315 yards in the first half, including 40- and 73-yard passes to wideout Jordy Nelson. He also threw touchdown passes to Brandon Bostick, tight end Andrew Quarless, running back Eddie Lacy, and Randall Cobb

Cobb's 18-yard, one-handed touchdown grab with 14 seconds left in the second quarter capped the Packers' blowout first half:

The NFL record for touchdown passes in a game is seven.

-Brett LoGiurato

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