By JERRY TAPP
Green Bay quarterback Brett Hundley had no TD passes and three interceptions in his team’s 23-0 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, November 19.
Hundley became the first Packers QB since Scott Tolzien in 2013 to have a game with no TD passes and three or more interceptions. Tolzien had no TD passes and three interceptions in a November 17, 2013 game against the New York Giants.
There have been 48 games in Packers history where their QB had three or more interceptions with no TD passes. The Pack is 6-42 in those games.
Hundley also became the 19th Green Bay QB to reach these numbers in a contest. Brett Favre and Bart Starr each had seven such games in their careers with the Packers, tied for most in team history.
Here are the 19 Green Bay QBs with the most games with no TD passes and three or more interceptions in the same contest.
7 games: Brett Favre, Bart Starr
6 games: Lynn Dickey
5 games: Tobin Rote
3 games: Babe Parilli, David Whitehurst, Randy Wright
2 games: Zeke Bratkowski, Don Horn, Jerry Tagge
1 game: Carlos Brown, Rich Campbell, Anthony Dilweg, John Hadl, Don Majkowski, Tom O’Malley, Bobby Thomason, Scott Tolzien
Did you notice the name that was not on the above list? Yes, Aaron Rodgers has never had a game with zero TD passes and three or more interceptions.