GREEN BAY, Wis. — Aaron Rodgers became the Green Bay Packers‘ all-time touchdown pass leader with an 11-yard throw to Allen Lazard in the first quarter Saturday, and the Packers beat the Cleveland Browns 24-22 to improve to 12-3.
Rodgers set the franchise record with the 443rd touchdown pass of his career, one more than Brett Favre managed with the Pack. He finished the day with three TD passes for a total of 445.
Favre was not at Lambeau Field on Christmas Day, but he prepared a short message for his successor.
“Hey 12. Congratulations, man, on passing my touchdown record. I have one request: Go get us another Super Bowl. Congrats.”
The Packers intercepted Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield four times. Two of them were by cornerback Rasul Douglas, including one that thwarted Cleveland’s final drive.
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