It requires a discerning eye to distinguish the good from the great from the best. FFToolbox's Matt…
25 Days 'Til Camp: Rodgers Plays Keepaway
For most quarterbacks, an interception rate of 2.07 percent would be considered excellent. For Aaron Rodgers, that would be below average. In essentially a half-season, Rodgers tossed six interceptions in 290 attempts. That was good for 12th in the league. For his career, however, Rodgers is the undisputed champion in that statistic. His career rate of 1.76 percent is the best in league history by a considerable margin among quarterbacks with at least 1,500 career attempts. New England's Tom Brady is a distant second with a career interception rate of 2.03 percent. Retired journeyman Neil O'Donnell is third at 2.11 percent. O'Donnell's interception rate provides tremendous perspective on the direction of quarterbacking and offensive schemes. His 2.11 percent is...
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