Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers is widely regarded as the best quarterback in the NFL today and one of the best of all-time, but even he sometimes struggles on the gridiron.
Rodgers is currently having a Hall of Fame-worthy career with the Packers, with over 40,000 passing yards, 300+ touchdowns, two NFL MVPs, a Super Bowl, and a Super Bowl MVP to his name.
Yet, if there is one aspect which the Packers quarterback has struggled with throughout his 13-year career in the NFL, it's winning away from Lambeau Field.
According to one Reddit user in r/nfl, Rodgers has a losing record on the road throughout his career, as his record currently stands at 38-40.
What's even crazier, however, is that he has thrown 150 touchdowns to 46 interceptions in those 78 games and still has lost more than he has won.
It goes to show just how much Rodgers has been carrying the Packers on his back since becoming the team's starting quarterback in 2008 and how much of a difficult task it has been for him.
The Packers are yet to win on the road in 2018, as they've lost games to the Washington Redskins, Detroit Lions, and the Los Angeles Rams.
There won't be any easy games on the road for Green Bay between now and the end of the season either.
They play on the road against the New England Patriots this weekend, but they still have to visit the Seattle Seahawks, Minnesota Vikings, Chicago Bears, and the New York Jets before the season is over.
In fact, the last time Green Bay won on the road was last season in Week 14 against the Cleveland Browns, and it took overtime in order for them to secure the result.
Granted, Rodgers wasn't playing in that game due to injury, but it goes to show just how much the team relies on their future Hall of Fame quarterback in order to secure a win.
The Packers most likely won't make the playoffs this season if they fail to win any games on the road due to the competitiveness of the NFC. Something must change if they want to go back to the Super Bowl this year for the first time since the 2010 season.News Now - Sport News