Aaron Rodgers picked at Lambeau Field for first time in 1,043 days

After 20 games, 586 passes and 1,043 days, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has finally been intercepted at Lambeau Field.

Rodgers had his seventh pass of the day against the St. Louis Rams deflected at the line of scrimmage by Chris Long, and it was then picked off by a diving James Laurinaitis.

He threw 49 TOUCHDOWNS between picks, and as Packers beat writer Ryan Wood pointed out, five of Rodgers' last six interceptions have come on batted passes.

The last time Rodgers was picked off at Lambeau Field was on December 2, 2012, when Vikings safety Harrison Smith snagged a deep ball out of the air.

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