In the NFC Championship game, the Bears and Packers go head to head for the title. Leading the teams are two big league Quarterbacks, Packers Aaron Rodgers and Bears Jay Cutler.
Despite being injured earlier in the Season, Rodgers has not only led his team into the Championship, but also has a record setting history. He is tied for the 2nd longest streak of starting games, and has a career total of 1,505 passing attempts. On top of that, he is the NFL all-time career leader in passer rating during the regular season and lowest career pass interception percent.
On the Bears side of the field is Jay Cutler. Cutler has a lot to prove - the 2009 season didn't treat him well, but he totally turned things around this season. During his time as a Bronco, Cutler r is looking to set some records for the Bears. Presently, as a Bronco, he earned the record for most Passing yards, Pass completions, Pass attempts, and 300-yard passing games. Will he set any records this weekend?
Which of these hungry QBs will lead his team to an NFC title win and a trip to the big one? Tune in to watch Sunday, Jan 23rd, at 3:00 pm Eastern on FOX!