However, though he may be a two-time MVP, seven-time Pro Bowler and a Super Bowl champion, Rodgers has not been able to put together consistent seasons, primarily due to injury --- and poor coaching.
That being said, Rodgers was selected to the PFF Top 101 players list, in which he ranked 41st. Really? No. 41?
Though the Packers finished this season with a losing record at 6-9-1, Rodgers still put together a pretty impressive campaign, and considering just how bad the roster around him was, along with the horrible locker room environment created by the Mike McCarthy issues, the Packers were never set up to succeed.
Rodgers threw for over 4,400 yards and 25 touchdowns, with only two interceptions, even while struggling through a nagging knee injury. I think we can all agree Rodgers is much better than 41st...
Aaron Donald is once again PFF's No. 1 player in the NFL – the 3rd time in 4 years.— Cameron DaSilva (@camdasilva) February 8, 2019
Todd Gurley, on the other hand, didn't make the top 101 樂https://t.co/zYxs9VrjsQ
And with Rodgers under center, the Packers should feel pretty confident of their chances --- just as long as he can stay healthy.