ATLANTA -- Aaron Rodgers joined an elite club of NFL quarterbacks Sunday night when he threw his 300th career touchdown pass.
He also set an NFL record, becoming the quarterback to reach that milestone the fastest in NFL history.
Late in the fourth quarter, Rodgers threw a shovel pass to Ty Montgomery for a one-yard score.
It wasn't pretty, but there's Aaron Rodgers' 300th touchdown pass. #GBvsATL
— Kelly Price (@thekellyprice) September 18, 2017
It took Rodgers just 144 games to reach the 300 mark. Peyton Manning and Dan Marino are tied for second, joining the 300 club in 157 games.
Rodgers is now tied with John Elway for 10th in NFL history for most career touchdown passes.