Although the Packers lost to the Bears on Thanksgiving, quarterback Aaron Rodgers crossed a milestone, becoming the fastest QB in NFL history to reach 250 touchdowns.
He reached the milestone in his 121st career game, surpassing Dan Marino, who did it in 128. Peyton Manning did it in 132 games, and both Tom Brady and Brett Favre did it in 141 games.
Rodgers reaches the mark, a month after he became the fastest to throw for 30,000 yards. He hit the mark on Oct. 18 against the San Diego Chargers on his 3,652nd attempt, which bettered Johnny Unitas, who did it in 3,695.