The reasons for loving Aaron Rodgers are limitless. He is a two-time NFL MVP, a Super Bowl champion and MVP and a player who is moving rapidly toward Canton and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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With four seasons still on Rodgers’ current contract, he is still within shot of winning at least one more Super Bowl title. Should he win another Super Bowl and continue to lead this team to NFC North Division titles, his chances of a hall of fame bust will only increase.
Though he just concluded his worst season as a pro dating back to his first year as a starter in the league, we all know that Rodgers isn’t the type of player who will let a season like that define his career. With some good draft picks, the addition of solid personnel around him and even a bit of luck we know that Rodgers will be back with a vengeance in 2016.
Aaron Rodgers is a loveable guy and will be the face of the franchise for years to come.
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