Aaron Rodgers had the best season of his career, and even though he fell short in the playoffs, the Green Bay Packers quarterback is easily the clear-cut favorite to win the NFL MVP award. Leading the Packers to a record of 15-1, Rodgers put the team on his back once again, proving to everyone that he is the most dangerous quarterback in the league. Rodgers threw for 4,643 yards, averaging 310 yards per game.
There's still a whole lot of season left to go, but four weeks in and there's already a clear favorite for MVP. Green Bay Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers. After a 20-game streak that featured 15 players on injured reserve, the Pa... Read Post
The 2011 NFL MVP will be announced on Saturday, and there is no doubt that Aaron Rodgers will win the coveted award. The Green Bay Packers quarterback had a truly dominant season this past year, carrying his team to a league-best 15... Read Post
The Green Bay Packers should boast one of the better teams in the NFL next season. That's due in large part to the ability of quarterback Aaron Rodgers, but general manager Ted Thompson and head coach Mike McCarthy deserve plenty of... Read Post