Aaron Rodgers vs. Matt Ryan: Who has More Career Wins?

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Quarterbacks Matt Ryan, left, and Aaron Rodgers. (Getty)

Quarterback play will not be issue Sunday when the Green Bay Packers visit the Atlanta Falcons in the 2017 NFC Championship Game.

Between Matt Ryan and Aaron Rodgers, the All-Pros have combined for nearly 200 career victories, 75,000 passing yards and 600 total touchdowns.

Rodgers was drafted in 2005, but didn’t become the Packers starter until 2008. Ryan was selected third overall in the 2008 Draft and has been the Falcons’ signal caller since. He’s missed only 2 games, back in 2009. Rodgers has been sidelined for 11 games.

Interestingly, each quarterback has played a total of 142 regular season games. Ryan has started all 142, Rodgers 135. Rodgers has had a bit more success in the regular season and playoffs overall, but Ryan does have winning seasons in 6 of 9 years.

Both QBs have been able to pile up the victories and numbers. But how do their respective careers stack up against each other? Keep reading to see some of the important stats, including career wins, touchdowns, interceptions and yards.


Matt Ryan Career Wins & Numbers

Career Regular Season Starts: 142

Career Regular Season Win/Loss Record: 85-57

Regular Season Winning Percentage: .598

Career Wins Ranking (Overall, Active Players): 35th overall, 8th active

Career Regular Season Touchdown Passes & Interceptions: 240 TDs, 114 INTs

Career Regular Season Passing Yards: 37,701 yards (21st overall)

Postseason Starts: 6

Postseason Win/Loss Record: 2-4

Postseason Winning Percentage: .333

Other career highlights include:

— 4-time Pro Bowl (2010, 2012, 2014, 2016)

— First-Team All-Pro (2016)

— NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (2008)



Aaron Rodgers Career Wins & Numbers

Career Regular Season Starts: 135

Career Regular Season Win/Loss Record: 90-45

Regular Season Winning Percentage: .667

Career Wins Ranking (Overall, Active Players): 28th overall, 6th active

Career Regular Season Touchdown Passes & Interceptions: 297 TDs, 72 INTs

Career Regular Season Passing Yards: 36,827 yards (23rd overall)

Postseason Starts: 15

Postseason Win/Loss Record: 9-6

Postseason Winning Percentage: .600

Other career highlights include:

— Super Bowl MVP (XLV)

— 2-time Most Valuable Player (2011, 2014)

— 6-time Pro Bowler (2009, 2011, 2012, 2014–2016)

— 2-time First-Team All-Pro (2011, 2014)

— Second-Team All-Pro (2012)

— NFL passing touchdowns leader (2016)

— Associated Press Athlete of the Year (2011)



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