It is an unwritten rule to throw Tom Brady into any conversation of the NFL's best quarterbacks.
This is simply because he has been the league's best for much of his career—but not anymore.
The Patriots aren't the powerhouse they used to be, and Brady is having an off year, allowing Rodgers to take his throne.
He still has a passer rating over 100 and he's playing great football, but Aaron Rodgers can do everything that Brady can't.
Brady is turning the ball over more, he can't scramble or extend plays like Rodgers, and his accuracy doesn't compare, either. Anything Brady can do right now, Rodgers is somehow doing better.
Nevertheless, Rodgers can only hope to accomplish what Brady has in his career, but he's certainly doing an exceptional job of working on it.
What a Super Bowl it would be if both No.12s could go head to head!