Ranking every Green Bay Packers starting quarterback since 1990

We all know Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre, but what other QBs have started for the Green Bay Packers since 1990? And who are the best?
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2. Brett Favre (1992-2007)

From 1992-2007, Brett Favre was one of the biggest stars in the entire NFL. He was a second-round pick by the Atlanta Falcons in the 1991 NFL Draft but was traded to Green Bay after just one season in Atlanta.

Favre made the Pro Bowl in his first two seasons with the Packers, and in the 1995 season, the gunslinger won his first of three straight MVP awards. Favre led the Packers to a Super Bowl win in the 1996 season and they almost won back-to-back titles in 1997 but the Denver Broncos got the best of them in an all-time classic game.

Favre became known as an ironman in the NFL when he started 297 consecutive regular season games at one point, but the total number of games he started consecutively was 321 when you included playoff games.

Favre is an NFL Hall of Famer. He's one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history and it was undoubtedly tough for Packers fans to believe anyone could ever come close to matching his legacy with the team...

1. Aaron Rodgers (2008-2022)

...until Aaron Rodgers took the field.

Rodgers is the best quarterback in Green Bay Packers' history even if he didn't start as many games for the Packers as Favre did. Rodgers took the reins from Favre officially in the 2008 season where the Packers would go just 6-10.

By the 2009 season, Rodgers was bordering on being an unstoppable force at the position. He made his first of 10 Pro Bowls in the 2009 NFL season. In 2010, he was a top-five finisher in Offensive Player of the Year voting and helped the Packers win the Super Bowl, where he was named MVP of the game.

He would win his first MVP award in the 2011 season when he threw a ridiculous 45 touchdown passes compared to just six interceptions. Rodgers' legendary ball security and accuracy helped him win another three MVP awards -- four in total -- while being named a first-team All-Pro four different times.

As the starter for the Packers, Rodgers averaged an astounding 32 touchdowns compared to just seven interceptions per season. The Packers were annual contenders with Rodgers at the helm and he gave them a Hall of Fame career before being traded to the New York Jets in the 2023 offseason.

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