Matthew Stockman/Getty Images
Don't you just hate when you know what happens in the end? It's like watching a Hollywood movie where it keeps you on your edge the whole way except for one small problem. You've already figured out the ending, and it a way, it just completely ruins it.
Aaron Rodgers has had doubters throughout his entire life, all the way from high school, college, on the professional level, and even after winning a Super Bowl and having one of the best seasons ever, there are still those that feel as though it's their job to make his job even harder.
Rodgers had 45 touchdown passes to just six interceptions this season, and broke Peyton Manning's NFL passer rating record with 122.
What's amazing is that he threw 45 touchdown passes with only 502 passing attempts. Brady threw 50 in 2007, but it took him 578 passing attempts for to get there. Dan Marino threw 48 with 564 passing attempts in 1984. Heck, the runner-up for MVP, Drew Brees, threw 46 touchdowns in a whopping 657 passing attempts
Rodgers is the hands-down NFL MVP in my book, and part of me believes, it's not even close. Rodgers isn't just best player on his team but the best player in the NFL.