The NFL's MVP will win the ESPY for Best NFL Player, and his 2011-12 performance deserves both awards.
Rodgers was perfect last season. He set the all-time record for passer rating and was remarkably efficient. While Brees set more records, Rodgers' cold-blooded dominance led the Packers to an NFL-best 15-1 record. He threw 45 touchdowns compared to just six interceptions, and he did not throw multiple picks in any game.
Even though Rodgers' playoff performance against the New York Giants did not meet the standard he set during the regular season, his dominance must be recognized. No one across the league played better than Rodgers did this past season, and he will be recognized once again as the best NFL player.