The Year After: Aaron Rodgers and How Other NFL QBs Have Fared After Winning the MVP

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  1. zac5
    July 6, 2012

    To look into future you have to look in the past. Aaron has a career passer rating second to none & it’s trending up. Even if he just maintains his average passer rating he will be in line for multiple MVPs. The sky is limit for this young man.

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    • zac5
      July 6, 2012

      However I would gladly swap multiple league MVPs for multiple SB rings.

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      • Lefty
        July 7, 2012

        California owes us one for the home playoff loss. Second one for M3. I guess we’re going to see how the team reacts.

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  2. James david Marsh
    July 6, 2012

    Ron Wolf said that his greatest mistake was in not giving Brett Farve the offense weapons that he needed. Ted will make sure that Aaron Rogers has all of the offense weapons that he needs. Rogers has the work ethic, the superior knowledge of the game, and the mechanics to be the best ever. I see no dropoff in production, but rather a continuation of his getting better each year.

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  3. Tarynfor12
    Tarynfor12
    July 6, 2012

    Rodgers seems to know/dictate where the open window will be and hits it.
    Most others need to look for it and then more often need to try and squeeze it in..INT.
    Rodgers simply makes it look easy.

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  4. Ron LC
    July 6, 2012

    Makes for an interesting discussion, but not much else. I firmly agree with your conclusion – “nothing”.

    There are just far too many variables in the year-to-year analysis to generate a reliable prediction.

    Nice to know though!

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  5. PatM
    July 7, 2012

    I’d prefer to see woodson just beat out rodgers for MVP this year! That is what I want.

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    • PackEyedOptimist
      July 8, 2012

      Hey, if we’re pie-in-the-skying, I’ll pick Datko as this year’s league MVP. (Can you imagine how impressive an OT would need to be in order to win that? Bonus: 22 year old 7th round pick) Bennett and Moss would be nice ones too. :-)

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    • Steve Cheez
      July 8, 2012

      I see Masthay as having zero chance. ‘Cuz we’ll never need him!

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  6. Pat
    July 8, 2012

    And of course McNair and Gannon won MVP’s in what was really their one good season. They got lucky. Warner got unlucky, got hurt alot and the other two, Brady and Manning, fine. They are great but have had some years that were not phenomenal! I’d take that for Rodgers.

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