Green Bay, Wis.(WFRV)--Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the honored player this week in the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.
Rodgers tied a Green Bay Packers record with six touchdown passes against the Houston Texans last Sunday. He tied his former backup, Matt Flynn, who chucked six against the Detroit Lions on Jan. 1, 2012 in a game that was meaningless to the Packers.
Only eight times in the Packers long history has a player thrown five touchdowns in a game. Only five players accomplished that.
Fans will want to head to the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame this week to sign up for a drawing in honor of Aaron Rodgers. The game football will go to one lucky HOF visitor who signs up for a drawing.
Museum curators say fan competition is fierce.
HOF Educational Coordinator, Kristen Broderick, "Everybody thinks they're going to win, some times they'll crinkle up their little ballots, other times they'll fold it into a million pieces, they try all kinds of little tricks of the trade"
The Hall of Fame's player of the week exhibit also features memorabilia including Rodgers' jersey and other gear.