Aaron Rodgers has had a lot of success since becoming the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers in 2008, but even he has had moments of frustration.

Since being forced to sit behind Brett Favre for three seasons, Rodgers has become an NFL legend as he quickly established himself as one of the better quarterbacks in the league.

Since then, he's won four MVPs — one more than Tom Brady — and is considered by many to be the most talented quarterback to ever play in the NFL.

However, he still only has one Super Bowl championship to his credit, rarely played with a strong defensive unit, and was used to carrying the load offensively for the Packers.

That approach has been a recipe for great success over the years, with a healthy career record of 143-72-1, but there have been times when Rodgers-led offenses have put up solid offensive.

That's exactly what happened in 2016 when the Packers faced the Titans in a high-scoring regular season game.

It was a rare moment for Rodgers, who usually appears calm on the field and largely takes his frustrations out on himself or his teammates,

Rodgers has been with the Packers for his entire NFL career, considering retirement for the past three seasons before deciding to return.