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The Sky's The Limit
PETER KING
September 03, 2012
An aerial explosion—multiple 5,000-yard passers in one season!—is forcing us to rewrite the record book and rethink what's possible
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September 03, 2012

The Sky's The Limit

An aerial explosion—multiple 5,000-yard passers in one season!—is forcing us to rewrite the record book and rethink what's possible

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And here's the truly scary part. "I don't think we're that good at it yet," Rodgers says of the system. "I know we can get a lot better."

When the guy running your state-of-the-art offense—the guy who threw 45 touchdown passes last season in 15 games, many from the no-huddle—has the attitude that there's room for improvement, and he really means it, you know you've got a chance to be historically prolific.

Suddenly, 6,000 doesn't seem so unreachable.

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