This seems like the obvious choice for the MVP award. The season Aaron Rodgers has put together is pretty impressive. He puts up 48 touchdowns, 5 interceptions, and 4,299 yards passing. That is almost a 10:1 touchdown to interception ratio. This is an incredible season and Rodgers is rewarded for it by winning the MVP award.
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When Rodgers throws a deep ball, you know it is going to be on target. His ability to move in the pocket and throw on the run is superb. This is Rodgers’s third MVP award in his career. He comes up short in making it to the Super Bowl, but this should cushion the blow a little bit.