Which players from the Aaron Rodgers era would make a Green Bay Packers all-time 53-man roster?
In the 14 seasons since Aaron Rodgers became the Green Bay Packers‘ starting quarterback, the team has made the playoffs 11 times.
They have one Super Bowl title and five trips to the NFC Championship Game in that time.
Rodgers has played with some great players in Green Bay, but who would make an all-time 53-man roster from the Rodgers era?
Aaron Rodgers, Matt Flynn
We can’t have a team from the Rodgers era without the four-time MVP himself.
Joining him on the 53-man roster is the quarterback he shares the Packers franchise record for touchdown passes in a game with. Matt Flynn provided some memorable moments during his time as a backup, most notably throwing six touchdown passes in a victory over the Detroit Lions in 2011.
Or how about his comeback victories over the Dallas Cowboys and Atlanta Falcons in 2013 while Rodgers recovered from a broken collarbone?
Running backs (4)
Eddie Lacy, Aaron Jones, Ryan Grant, AJ Dillon
What a group this would be.
Eddie Lacy was unstoppable in his prime, putting together back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons in 2013 and 2014, while also being named a Pro Bowler, second-team All-Pro, and NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Aaron Jones has been a phenomenal three-down back since being drafted in 2017. He has over 4,000 yards and 41 touchdowns on the ground.
Ryan Grant and AJ Dillon could also lead the backfield and would compete for the starting job in this all-star team.