If Aaron Rodgers is your quarterback, it immediately becomes the strongest position on your roster. The same is true for the New England Patriots with Tom Brady, Drew Brees with the New Orleans Saints and reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Rodgers isn’t just a two-time MVP, but also a future Hall of Famer, and he’s still very much in his prime.
The 2018 season certainly wasn’t a perfect one for Rodgers, who had to deal with a knee injury suffered in the season opener. Fully healthy and in a new offense, Rodgers could get back into MVP contention this year.
Three quarterbacks will be competing for the number two job at training camp: DeShone Kizer, Tim Boyle and Manny Wilkins. Kizer struggled last season, but he only played two games with zero starts.
Improvements to the defense will help the Packers become contenders in the NFC, but the key player will always be Aaron Rodgers. If he wins a third MVP award this season, the Packers will be back in the playoffs and very much in contention to return to the Super Bowl.
And it’s Rodgers that makes quarterback the strongest position on the Packers roster entering the 2019 season.