4. Pro Bowls and All-Pro Teams
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers throws a pass against the AFC during the 2012 Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium. You might notice just how hard the offensive and defensive linemen are playing. Yes, it’s a joke. Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
Starting in 2009, Rodgers has made the NFL Pro Bowl game four times in the last six seasons. The 2009 season was a questionable time for the Green Bay Packers as they had finished at 6-10 in 2008, which was Rodgers’ first season as a starter. Rodgers led the Packers to an 11-5 record in 2009 and set the stage for what was to come in Green Bay. His other Pro Bowl selections include the 2011, 2012, and 2014 season.
Rodgers has also been an All-Pro first team selection twice in his career,(2011, 2014) meaning he was selected as the best player at his respected position, league wide, that season. With four Pro Bowls and two first team All-Pro selections, Rodgers has shown that he is among the NFL’s all-time elite.