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PROS: There aren't many facets of Rodgers' game where he's not considered excellent.
Starting with his arm, probably the No. 1 item NFL teams look for, Rodgers has both strength and accuracy. He's among the top players in the game in both of those areas.
But his game goes far beyond his ability to toss the football.
Rodgers' legs are extremely underrated. He can both escape the pass rush in the pocket and then make plays on the ground by running for first downs. And he does a better job protecting the football than maybe any other player in the game by limiting both interceptions and fumbles.
His biggest strengths, however, might be his command of the offense and leadership ability. Rodgers' ability to direct other players on the team and get them to follow his lead borders on uncanny.
CONS: It is seriously difficult to find fault in Rodgers' game.
He might not be the single fastest quarterback or have the biggest cannon, but that's just splitting hairs. He's more than proficient in each of those areas, and that's an understatement.
His concussion history is concerning, and there might be times where he won't risk taking a big hit, such as diving for a first down, but those instances come so infrequently, it's almost inconsequential.
His personality bears watching. He's not afraid to let other players on the team know when they make a mistake during games and he's so good that he gets the benefit of the doubt. But will the public nature of his critique wear thin?