2. Aaron Rodgers
It is outrageously difficult to list Aaron Rodgers here at the number two position because in terms of pure player ability he is arguably Green Bay’s all time greatest quarterback. A relatively unknown kid coming out of California for the 2005 draft, Green Bay was lucky enough to draft Rodgers in the end of the first round. The rest has been history. Rodgers was patient in waiting and developing behind our all time number one quarterback on this list, for three seasons before taking the starting job in 2008. Since 2009, Rodgers has led Green Bay to a 10 win season every year except when he broke his collarbone in 2013.
His most notable accomplishment comes from defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2011 Super Bowl (2010 season) and being named Super Bowl MVP. Rodgers holds the records for most passing yards and touchdowns in a season for the Green Bay Packers and is number two in both categories all time. The greatest thing Rodgers brings to the table is being able to protect the football he hardly throws interceptions and has one of the best all time touchdown-interception ratios in NFL history. He is a two-time league MVP and has been to the pro bowl four times. He has also been rated as the #1 player in the NFL (2012) and was just ranked the #2 player in the NFL for this season. He is in the prime of his career and we are very lucky to be witnessing the greatness exhibited by him week in and week out. Rodgers has thrown for 28,578 yards and 226 touchdowns in his career which again rank him second in the all time Packers history.
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