Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers completed one of the most impressive individual seasons by a passer in NFL history on Sunday.
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As one of the top professional NFL stars today, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has certainly cultivated a large fan base. While many argue he is the GOAT over former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, the football star has yet to settle down like his biggest rival. Aaron Rodgers completed 24 of 38 passes for 368 yards, two touchdowns, and zero interceptions. It’s not as if Brady had a bad game — he was 22-for-35 for 245 yards, two TDs and no picks — it’s just that Rodgers was better. Tom Brady-1, Aaron Rodgers-1. Tom Brady beat Aaron Rodgers in their 2018 matchup. Nov 03, 2020 Without question, Aaron Rodgers is one of the best to ever play the QB position. In addition to his skills, he possesses good looks, wealth (a reported net worth north of $100 million) and a.
With every game in the 2020 season now complete, Rodgers officially finished first in the NFL in many important statistical categories, bolstering his case as the league’s most valuable player.
Rodgers led the NFL in… Rubik's cubegamefort.
– Completion percentage: 70.7
– Touchdown passes: 48
– Touchdown percentage: 9.1
– Interception percentage: 0.95
– Passer rating: 121.5
– QBR: 84.4
– Total touchdowns: 51
– Adjusted yards per attempt: 9.6
– Adjusted net yards per attempt: 8.89
– Pro Football Focus grade: 94.5
– Play-action touchdown passes: 21
– Play-action passer rating: 138.1
– Passer rating when kept clean: 129.7
– Passer rating when attempting under 2.5 seconds: 127.7
– Passer rating when attempting over 2.5 seconds: 114.0
Also, the Packers offense finished first in scoring (509 points, 31.8 points per game), first in giveaways (11), first in points per drive (2.99), first in time of possession per drive (3:13), first in total touchdowns (66) and first in red-zone scoring percentage (80.0).
The only question left is, will Rodgers finish first in MVP votes?