Aaron Rodgers is the NFL’s Most Valuable Player yet again.
The Packers quarterback took home the league’s most prestigious award for the second straight year after leading Green Bay to a 13-3 record. He missed one game (which the team lost) while recovering from COVID-19.
Rodgers finished the regular season with 37 touchdown passes to just four interceptions and 4,115 passing yards. The 38-year-old also led the league for the second straight year in QB rating at 111.9 and QBR at 69.2.
Rodgers had a roller coaster of year that featured a bevy of trade rumors, great performances on the field, playoff disappointment and head-scratching takes on COVID-19.
The drama isn’t over for Rodgers whose future very much is in question, but he certainly still can play at a high level.