Three NFL passers shattered the 5,000-yard mark in 2011.
Instant Debate: Modern-day dynasty?
Vic Ketchman of the Packers' official site believes Rodgers will fly past 5,000 on his way to 6,000 yards in 2012.
Seven of the top 10 single-season passing yardage leaders have come over the past five years. With today's young quarterbacks operating pass-heavy offenses -- in Rodgers' case, with almost no running game -- 6,000 yards is the next frontier.