Rodgers sets career high in Packers win

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by WDJT Sports

GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers threw for 480 yards, setting a career high and tying a franchise record, and James Starks added more than a hundred yards on the ground as the Packers pounded the Redskins 38-20 Sunday at Lambeau Field.

Rodgers has thrown for more than 400 yards three times in his career, but Sunday's impressive performance ties Rodgers with Matt Flynn's week 17 performance two years ago.

Jordy Nelson caught two of Rodgers four touchdown passes. Sunday's win marks the first time the Packers have ever had a 400 yard passer and a 100 yard runner in the same game.

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