Aaron Rodgers has had as good a first three seasons in a career as any quarterback ever. In just his third season as a starter, Rodgers had 4,278 yards (356 rushing) with a 2.67-to-1 touchdown to turnover ratio as he had 32 touchdowns (four rushing) to 12 turnovers (11 interceptions, one fumble lost) with a 101.2 passer rating. He led the Packers to a 10-4 record in games he completely played in despite numerous injuries and a terrible running game.
However, Rodgers is above Big Ben, Peyton Manning, and Brees because of his amazing postseason success in so little time. In five playoff starts, Rodgers has a 4-1 record, with his only loss coming last season when he led the Packers to 45 points against Arizona. Rodgers has a record playoff passer rating of 112.6 and an amazing 16 touchdowns (three rushing) to only three interceptions, a 5.33-to-1 ratio.
He also would have had two other 70-plus yard TD passes if James Jones knew how to catch. In his only Super Bowl, Rodgers had 304 passing yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions and a 111.5 passer rating despite four or five drops by his receivers.
Overall, Rodgers is showing everyone that he is similar to Brett Favre in his ability to make any throw and make plays out of nothing, but without the terrible interceptions. He will end up an all-time great quarterback when he retires due to his amazing ability to throw without making mistakes, and his great running ability and mobility in the pocket.