Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers is among the best quarterbacks in NFL history, but he’s not the one coming into Sunday’s playoff game on a roll.
In his last 10 games, Washington’s Kirk Cousins had 23 touchdowns with three interceptions. He led all passers this season with a 69.8 completion percentage and set a Redskins record with 4,166 yards passing.
Cousins was even more impressive at home. In his final seven home games, he had 15 touchdowns with no interceptions. He and Seattle’s Russell Wilson are the only quarterbacks in the league with at least one touchdown pass in each game.
Rodgers, meanwhile, lacking receivers who can consistently get...