Charg­ers at Pack­ers 4:25 p.m. GB by 101/ 2

The Washington Post Sunday - - SPORTS - — Des Bieler

Aaron Rodgers needs 186 pass­ing yards to reach 30,000 for his ca­reer, and he can do it while ex­em­pli­fy­ing why he’s ar­guably the most ef­fi­cient QB ever. Johnny Uni­tas holds the NFL record for fewest pass­ing at­tempts (3,695) re­quired to ac­cu­mu­late that yardage, and Rodgers (3,628) will al­most cer­tainly beat that mark. San Diego has a tall or­der as it tries to re­cover from a last-sec­ond loss. An­to­nio Gates is now 19th among TEs in stan­dard-league scor­ing, which is kind of amaz­ing con­sid­er­ing he has played all of one game. That game, in which he emerged from a four-game sus­pen­sion to drop nine catches for 92 yards and two TDs on the Steel­ers, did come against the sec­ond-most gen­er­ous de­fense to TEs, so we’ll see if he can keep it up against the Pack’s stingier unit.

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