Just because the Week 9 showdown between the Green Bay Packers and the New England Patriots is now a thing of the past, it doesn’t mean that people are going to stop juxtaposing the career numbers of Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady.

As what everyone is now aware of, Rodgers and the Packers fell prey to Brady’s Patriots Sunday night in Foxboro to the tune of a 31-17 score. Most Brady fans would use that victory as another bullet point for their case of why TB12 is the greatest quarterback/player in NFL history, but if they would like to add more legs to their argument, especially when explaining the gap between Brady and Rodgers, then they could also consider this tidbit of trivia noted by Ryan Hannable of WEEI.com.

Aaron Rodgers now has more road losses (41) than Tom Brady (40) even though Brady has played 52 more road games.

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For the record, Brady’s career road record has improved to 91-40-0 following the win over Green Bay. That’s through 131 games away from Foxboro. Rodgers, on the other hand, has a 38-41-0 slate in 79 career road appearances.

The Patriots’ dominance of the AFC East partly explains Brady’s solid road record. New England has emerged as their division’s champion 15 times dating back to 2001. The Packers, meanwhile, have topped the NFC North five times since 2011.

Of course, both quarterbacks’ road records can’t be explained by merely looking at their division, but in any case, Brady and Rodgers are going down as two of the best signal-callers not only of this generation but of all time as well.