Rodgers didn’t make a compelling case to overtake Mahomes in Sunday’s closer-than-expected 24-16 win over the Panthers, completing 20 of 29 passes for just 143 yards and one touchdown. The 37-year-old also ran for a 6-yard touchdown, but was sacked five times. He threw his eighth 1-yard touchdown pass of the season, four more than any other quarterback, but he’s also delivered 11 touchdown passes of more than 20 yards, tied for the most in the league. In addition to his eye-popping raw numbers, Rodgers has also been one of the league’s most efficient passers. In the expected points added plus completion percentage over expectation composite rankings put together by Ben Baldwin of The Athletic, Rodgers is No. 1. He became the first quarterback in league history to throw 40 or more touchdown passes in three different seasons, and is Pro Football Focus’ highest graded player at any position this year.