Some say that Brady has the awards and experience to trump Rodger's laser arm and accuracy.
While Brady has a reputation of being a better fourth-quarter player, Rodgers does beat him out in terms of securing the ball. Overall, the stats show that Aaron Rodgers has done a better job for his team by securing possession while maintaining a high level of efficiency.
Brady has won three Super Bowl rings while being named MVP two of those three runs. He has also been named to six Pro Bowls and has been named AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year twice.
Tom Brady’s accomplishments are hard to compete against in this league.
However, Rodgers is an up-and-coming All-Star who is entering the prime of his career.
Rodgers has won one Super Bowl while being named the MVP. His deep ball is a huge threat, and his accuracy is arguably the best in the league.
Fans and analysts will constantly compare the two either based on talent or records, but no answer will come with a lack of opposition. When discussing a matter of one player being better than another, only statistics can really solidify an opinion. Even then, it is difficult to come up with a perfect argument.
Although all the accomplishments that Brady has received are good arguments in determining his superiority, this era belongs to Rodgers, and it is clear from watching film that A-Rod is the best quarterback in the league.