Aaron Rodgers: Why the Packers QB Might Struggle to Match His Success in 2011

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Aaron Rodgers: Why the Packers QB Might Struggle to Match His Success in 2011
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Last night, the ESPYs were held.

As you may know, Aaron Rodgers was voted the Best NFL Player of the Year. Even though he was voted that, it still doesn't mean he's the best NFL player.

The trend of the night seemed to be the player who won the championship MVP award was crowned the best player. That is why Dirk Nowitzki was given the award for the Best NBA Player when LeBron James is clearly better.

The Packers have had a nice offseason, enjoying their time as Super Bowl champs.

For Rodgers, though, this season might not be as good as last year's, as there are some reasons as to why his success may not continue.

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