Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers became the fastest player to throw 400 career touchdown passes in the NFL on Sunday.

Rodgers reached the milestone in just 193 games, eclipsing Drew Brees, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Dan Marino, Brett Favre and Philip Rivers, as he became the seventh quarterback to achieve the feat.

Touchdown pass number 400 for Super Bowl champion Rodgers came in the third quarter of Green Bay’s 30-16 win over the struggling Philadelphia Eagles.

Two-time MVP Rodgers connected with Packers team-mate Davante Adams to cap a 99-yard drive, which started via a 42-yard throw.

Rodgers completed 25 of 34 passes for 295 yards and three touchdowns as the Packers improved to 9-3.

Heading into the Week 13 contest, Rodgers had 261 completions for 3,100 yards, 33 touchdowns and four interceptions this season.

As for Adams, he joined Hall of Famers Randy Moss (2007), Terrell Owens (2007), Marvin Harrison (1999) and Jerry Rice (1986 and 1989) as the only players in the Super Bowl era with 1,000-plus receiving yards and 12-plus receiving touchdowns in their first 10 games of a season, per NFL Research.