By Will Brinson
The Packers had people worried early, losing to the Chiefs 6-0 as late as five minutes into the second half. But Aaron Rodgers hit Donald Driver for a two-yard touchdown pass to give Green Bay a 7-6 lead.
Oh, and to set the Packers franchise record for single-season touchdown passes. You've probably heard of the guy Rodgers passed: Brett Favre.
Last week against Oakland, Rodgers tied Favre's record, throwing his 39th touchdown pass of the season.
And now Rodgers holds the record himself, having thrown 40 touchdowns and only six interceptions on the season. Though KC is playing well and Green Bay doesn't look like the team that's steamrolled everyone else this season, the Packers are still leading.
Given the Chiefs likely production on offense, Rodgers and company are probably in a race to 21 for a win, which means if the undefeated season continues, Rodgers will likely need to add to his own record.
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