Aaron Rodgers' two-week stint as guest host of "Jeopardy!" gave the show a ratings boost.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback scored a household rating of 5.6 - a 14% increase from previous guest host Dr. Oz, according to The Wrap's Tony Maglio and Tim Baysinger. His rating is the third-highest among the show's guest hosts thus far, trailing Mike Richards (5.9) and Ken Jennings (6.0).
Rodgers has expressed interest in hosting "Jeopardy!" full time while continuing to play in the NFL, telling "Good Morning Football" earlier in April that he thinks he can "bring something different to the show."
The 37-year-old appeared on "Celebrity Jeopardy!" in 2015, which he won.