1. Aaron Rodgers
Just as Favre dominated the 1990s for this franchise, Rodgers has nearly equaled it for the 2000s.
Since Rodgers took over as the quarterback for the greatest franchise on the planet, his numbers are remarkable.
31,753 yards, 254 touchdowns, 4 Pro Bowls, 2 MVPs, 2011 AP Athlete of the Year and, oh yea -a Lombardi Trophy. Aaron Rodgers has done it all, while giving the opposing team the ball very few times.
It seems like a long time has passed since the famous green room stand that saw Rodgers tumble to number 24 overall – a day that most fans called for the head of Ted Thompson for drafting a quarterback. Now, he is a hero in Green Bay for bringing Aaron Rodgers to Packers News.
In 2010 Rodgers brought the Lombardi Trophy back home. The Packers rolled into the playoffs as one of the hottest 10-6 teams you will ever see. It didn’t stop there.
Aaron Rodgers has the opportunity to go down as possibly the best player for the most historic franchise in all of sports.
Stay tuned …