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Aaron Rodgers owns the highest passer rating in NFL history. That's all well and good, but the NFL is all about situational football. Can you move the chains on third down? Can you seal the deal upon entering the red zone? Can you make defensive coordinators pay for sending a blitz? In all three of those areas, Rodgers has been the NFL's most productive quarterback. We continue this three-part series within a series with Rodgers' production when blitzed. After posting the NFL's highest passer rating against the blitz in 2011, Rodgers ranked fourth with a mark of 112.1 last season. That trailed Robert Griffin III (143.5), Alex Smith (127.2) and Tom Brady (117.6) among quarterbacks who threw at least 60 passes while blitzed. When blitzed, Rodgers completed 86-of-139 passes (61.9 percent) for 1,131 yards, with 14 touchdowns and three interceptions. Only Brady (15) threw more touchdown passes than Rodgers while being blitzed. Last year was no mirage. When confronted with blitzes...
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