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The Super Bowl MVP has been on the ride of his life, and will look to repeat in 2011
The Super Bowl MVP.
Aaron Rodgers has been on the rise since the departure of Brett Favre, and, against all odds, took the Packers on their dream run to the title last season.
Now, it is back to work for Rodgers and the Pack as they will try to repeat as Super Bowl Champs in 2011.
Rodgers fell just short of his third consecutive 4,000-yard passing season last year as the general at the helm of a vicious passing attack.
With Greg Jennings, Donald Driver, James Jones, Jordy Nelson and the return of Jermichael Finley, Rodgers should have no trouble getting back to his 4,000-yard form once again.
Of course, as with Vick, there are health concerns with his mobility outside of the pocket. Last year, Rodgers went down with a concussion near the end of the season, but promptly returned the following week to play.
If he stays on the field, there is no reason Aaron Rodgers can't become the next NFL MVP. We may be witnessing the birth of a dynastic quarterback in Green Bay once again.