Aaron Rodgers: NFL 2012 Most Valuable Player

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on the red carpet last night. Dale Zanine-US PRESSWIRE

Was there any doubt that Aaron Rodgers didn’t deserve it

At least there was no doubt among the sportswriters who cast their ballots for MVP today.

The final score? Aaron Rodgers 48, Drew Brees 2

Yes, that’s right. All but two writers voted for Rodgers … the devil and Ndamukong Suh … as “Not Aaron Rodgers” tweeted tonight.

But kidding aside, we all had that gut feeling and every other statistic tucked into our back pocket to back up this decision. Aaron Rodgers did it all this year. His only slips came against Kansas City and the Giants – but if you rewatch that playoff game, you will see a player who gave it his all right up to the end. Take away the eight dropped passes, the strip of the football when he was winding up to hit a wide open Greg Jennings, and a hail Mary and the Packers would have won that game.

Despite all that, Rodgers had the front aisle seat at the honors award program … and is front and center in the NFL with his much-deserved 2012 MVP Award.

Congratulations, Aaron.

Topics: Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, Green Bay Packers, Greg Jennings, Kansas City Chiefs, Ndamukong Suh, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, NFL, NFL MVP, The Devil

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