Aaron Rodgers playing for the Packers against the Vikings on Sept. 11, 2022.

The Green Bay Packers lost their sixth game in their last seven contests on Thursday night against the Tennessee Titans as quarterback Aaron Rodgers had another poor performance. It’s no secret that Rodgers hasn’t quite been as dominant lately as he’s been in the past, but one stat puts his struggles into quite a wild perspective.

According to Pro Football Talk, Aaron Rodgers has now gone 16 consecutive games with less than 300 passing yards.

Rodgers’ last 300-yard passing performance came last season during a Week 14 win over the Chicago Bears. Since then, the closest Rodgers has come to 300 passing yards is a 291-yard passing performance in a 15-9 loss to the Detroit Lions earlier this season, a game in which Rodgers also threw three interceptions.

As Pro Football Talk points out, Rodgers’ struggles are particularly bad put into context:

Great quarterbacks just don’t go this long without a 300-yard game in today’s NFL: Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen have each had eight 300-yard passing games since Rodgers last had one.

For that matter, bad quarterbacks don’t usually go this long without a 300-yard game: Davis Mills has had three 300-yard games since Rodgers last had one. Carson Wentz also has three. Joe Flacco has two. Josh Johnson, P.J. Walker and Zach Wilson have all had a 300-yard game more recently than Rodgers.

Rodgers’ struggles are nothing short of shocking, and the NFL world blasted him.

Rodgers has been undeniably successful throughout his career, but he’s certainly struggled lately.

[Pro Football Talk]