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7. Aaron Rodgers
How do you replace a legend like Brett Favre?  You do that with a future legend like Aaron Rodgers.

Rodgers was drafted to be the heir apparent to Favre, and while he had to wait a little longer than anticipated to take over the reins at Lambeau Field, nobody was disappointed when he did.

Labeled the best Quarterback in the National Football League for a time, Rodgers would have of this writing has taken his team a Super Bowl win in 2010 and has secured two First Team All-Pro Selections thus far. and two MVP Awards  A two time QB Rating leader, Rodgers still has time to potentially take over the number one spot on this list of all-time Green Bay Packers and while we typed this we can’t get the Discount Double Check song out of our head.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Quarterback
  • Acquired: Drafted in the 1st Round, 19th Overall, 4/23/05.
  • Games Played: 165
  • Notable Statistics: 158 Games Started
    3,560 Completions
    5,492 Attempts
    64.8% Completion Percentage
    42,944 Passing Yards
    338 Passing Touchdowns
    80 Interceptions
    103.1 Quarterback Rating
    568 Rushing Attempts
    2,939 Rushing Yards
    27 Rushing Touchdowns
  • Major Accolades and Awards: Super Bowl Champion (XLV)
    Super Bowl MVP (XLV)
    AP MVP (2011 & 2014)
    Bert Bell Award (2011)
    First Team All Pro Selection (2011 & 2014)
    Second Team All Pro Selection (2012)
    Pro Bowl (2009, 2001, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2018)
    Most Touchdown Passes (2016)
    Highest Quarterback Rating (2011 & 2012)
    Highest QBR (2011)
    Most Yards per Attempt (2011)
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