Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is at the pinnacle of his career right now. He has won the NFL’s Most Valuable Player award in 2011 and 2014, along with winning a Super Bowl title in 2010. The road was not easy for Rodgers in the beginning.
He had one tough act to follow, as he replaced future Hall of Famer Brett Favre as the Packers next great signal caller.
Rodgers rose to elite quarterback status when he led the Packers to their fourth world title in Super Bowl XLV, against the Pittsburgh Steelers. As of right now, Favre and Rodgers are tied at 1-1 when it comes to winning Super Bowl titles.
Rodgers may have a chance to surpass Favre in the ring department if he can stay healthy, and the front office continue to surround him with talented players. When quarterbacks such as Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, and Drew Brees retire, it will be Aaron Rodgers that takes the title of the league’s top tier quarterback, not Andrew Luck.
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