Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has already won two MVP awards – including last year’s – and he might be back for more. Green Bay is undefeated and arguably the most dominant team in the sport. At Lambeau Field, Rodgers has been almost unbeatable over the past three years, losing once in that stretch.
In 2015, Rodgers is still lighting the NFL on fire despite being without Pro Bowl receiver Jordy Nelson, who tore his ACL in August. Rodgers is carrying the day regardless, throwing for 15 touchdowns to lead the league. While Rodgers’ yardage total is down (only 1,491, good for 14th in the NFL), he remains incredibly smart with the football. In 182 pass attempts, Rodgers has been intercepted twice. He is also completing over 68 percent of his throws.
If the Packers continue to roll and Rodgers stays healthy, he will be in contention down to the final week for his third MVP award.
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