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Aaron Rodgers is playing the position of quarterback better than anyone right now, and is putting together a career that will rival any player in NFL history by the time he retires.
Aaron Rodgers is the No. 1 quarterback in the NFL and if you don't agree, you're not watching the right games. Rodgers is playing quarterback arguably better than anyone has ever played the position, and he has more talent and ability than anyone we have ever seen.
Seriously, if you were trying to make a quarterback in a lab, you would come up with Aaron Rodgers. He has size, strength, mobility, an incomparable arm and pinpoint accuracy. He led a team to a 15-1 record last year despite having the 32nd-ranked defense and the 32nd-ranked running game. How is that even possible?
Rodgers will win many more Super Bowls before his career is over, of that I am sure. The Packers found a gem when they drafted him. Just watch him play. He has no weaknesses and is the textbook example of what a quarterback should be. Green Bay is lucky to have such a great player under center. Rodgers may retire as the greatest to ever play the game if he keeps up this pace—he's only 28 and has so many skills that age probably won't cause him to decline.
Aaron Rodgers is truly greatness at work. In the golden era of quarterbacks, he stands out above the rest as the best in the game.