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!