Aaron Rodgers' Record Against Every NFL Team

At age 38, Aaron Rodgers has logged plenty of NFL seasons under his belt, paving a Hall of Fame career that will go down with some of the greats. But what teams did Rodgers have the most success against, and which ones have given him the most trouble?

Last Updated: Sep 18, 2022 6:58 PM ET Read Time: 4 min
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Green Bay Packers signal caller Aaron Rodgers will go down as one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history. Super Bowl champion, MVP, All-2010's team, his accolades go on and on. Even at 38, Rodgers is showing no signs of slowing down after winning back-to-back league MVPs.

In fact, Rodgers threw 85 touchdowns to just nine interceptions over the past two seasons, proving he's still at the top of his game.

Without further ado, let's dive into Aaron Rodgers' regular and postseason record against every NFL team. 

Team Rodgers' regular season record Rodgers' postseason record
Arizona Cardinals 3-2 0-2
Atlanta Falcons 4-4 1-1
Baltimore Ravens 3-1 N/A
Buffalo Bills 2-1 N/A
Carolina Panthers 4-3 1-0
Chicago Bears 24-5 1-0
Cincinnati Bengals  2-2 N/A
Cleveland Browns 3-0 N/A
Dallas Cowboys 5-3 2-0
Denver Broncos 2-1 N/A
Detroit Lions 18-6 N/A
Green Bay Packers N/A N/A
Houston Texans 3-1 N/A
Indianapolis Colts 1-3 N/A
Jacksonville Jaguars 3-1 N/A
Kansas City Chiefs 2-1 N/A
Las Vegas Raiders 3-0 N/A
Miami Dolphins 2-1 N/A
Minnesota Vikings 16-11-1 1-0
New England Patriots 1-2 N/A
New Orleans Saints 3-3 N/A
New York Giants 4-1 1-1
New York Jets 3-0 N/A
Philadelphia Eagles 4-2 1-0
Pittsburgh Steelers 1-1 1-0
Los Angeles Chargers 2-1 N/A
San Francisco 49ers 6-3 0-4
Seattle Seahawks 7-3 2-1
Los Angeles Rams 5-1 N/A
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-3 0-1
Tennessee Titans 2-2 2-1
Washington Commanders 2-3 1-0
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Rodgers vs the Chicago Bears

The funniest part of Aaron Rodgers' run against the Chicago Bears is not how dominant it's been, it's how much he enjoys it. Rodgers takes every single chance he gets to embarrass the organization.

He hasn't lost to Chicago since 2018, going 7-0 in that span. During that stretch, he's thrown 18 TDs with zero interceptions, but Rodgers assures us it's all out of respect.

Either way, you can't argue just how good Rodgers has been against Da Bears.

Rodgers vs the San Francisco 49ers

Although Rodgers is 6-3 against the 49ers in the regular season, that success has never transfered over to the postseason.

Rodgers is yet to beat San Fran in the playoffs, and fell to 0-4 against the franchise when the Packers lost to it 13-10 in a gross NFC Divisional Round game back in January. With Rodgers now sitting at 38 years old, it's hard not to wonder if he will ever get the chance to exercise his demons against the 49ers.

Rodgers vs the New England Patriots

It's hard not to love watching the best-of-the-best going head-to-head, and that's what we get whenver Rodgers faces Tom Brady. Although they have more chances to do so now that Brady is in the NFC, Rodgers did go 1-2 against the Pats when they played one another.

Unfortunately for NFL fans, we never got to see these two face off for the Super Bowl despite dominant runs, but if we did, it may have gone down as one of the best QB matchups in SB history.

Rodgers vs the Minnesota Vikings

In another division rival, Rodgers has had relative success against the Minnesota Vikings, going 16-11-1. In the one playoff game they faced off in, Rodgers and the Packers pounded the Vikes, winning the Wild Card game 24-10.

Rodgers and Green Bay split the season series with Minnesota in the past two seasons, but that is not from the lack of play from Rodgers, who threw for four touchdowns in the loss on November 21. At the end of the day, the Vikings are just another divisional opponent Rodgers has had success against.

Rodgers vs the Pittsburgh Steelers

When talking about teams that have been significant to Aaron Rodgers' career, you have to bring up the franchise he beat to win his first - and so far only - Super Bowl. Rodgers split his two regular-season games against Pittsburgh, going 1-1. However, it was the one playoff meeting that had the biggest impact.

In Super Bowl XLV, Rodgers threw for 304 yards with three TDs, outplaying his QB counterpart, Ben Roethlisberger. It's hard to believe with all his skill that Rodgers only has one Super Bowl in his trophy case, but you can ever take this game away from him.

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