Aaron Rodgers

In an age of great quarterbacks, Aaron Rodgers stands tall among the elite as one of the most exciting signal callers. Though he may not have won as many Lombardis as Tom Brady, been to as many Super Bowls as Ben Roethlisberger, nor passed for as many touchdowns as Peyton Manning, Rodgers is capable of magical clutch plays from inside and outside the pocket. His remarkable ability to think on his feet, then deliver an incredible strike to his receiving corps, has dazzled Packers fans for over a decade. Passed on by 23 teams in the 2005 Draft, Rodgers led Green Bay to a glorious triumph at Super Bowl XLV, ensuring that whatever happens between now and the end of his time at Lambeau Field, he'll have an enduring reputation as one of the franchise's most beloved QBs.

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