Aaron Rodgers has already proven to be a Top 5 quarterback in the National Football League and will most likely go down as one of the best in his position when all is said and done.
For all the history Rodgers has already made, he isn't even close to being done and may soon find himself accomplishing something not even done by the likes of Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, and Joe Montana.
For anyone out there doubting just how good Rodgers is, just pay attention to that stat. It takes great control and a great arm to be able to throw more touchdowns than interceptions.
Aaron Rodgers needs 3 TDs to become the 11th player to throw 300 TDs. The other 10 averaged 171 INTs before their 300th TD.— Elisha Twerski (@ETwPhoneHome) July 4, 2017
Rodgers has 72.
The two-time MVP has been a very valuable player for the Green Bay Packers and is arguably one of the top two in his position currently in the league.
At the age of 33, Rodgers is still putting up good numbers on a consistent basis and will continue to do so as long as he is healthy. For all the critics out there, give respect where respect is due. Rodgers deserves it.