Veterans Aaron Rodgers and Peyton Manning were joined by rookies Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson as the only NFL quarterbacks to record a passer rating of 100.0 or higher during the 2012 NFL season.
Rodgers added his second passing crown of his career this season and posted a 100.0 rating for the fourth time. He registered a league-leading 108.0 rating this past season that came one year after he set the NFL’s all-time record with a rating of 122.5 points in 2011.
Manning, like Rodgers, chalked up his fourth season with a rating of 100.0 or higher. Playing his first season in Denver, Manning led all AFC passers with a rating of 105.8.
The 100-point passer rating plateau has been breached a total of 60 times by 38 separate quarterbacks.
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