3. Aaron Rodgers, QB (Green Bay Packers)
There was plenty of offseason talk about how many years Aaron Rodgers has left and if he can still play at a high level. Those noises only got louder when the Green Bay Packers selected Jordan Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
It appears the veteran quarterback is on a mission this year to prove everyone wrong and in great position to win his third Most Valuable Player award. He won the first two in 2011 and 2014.
Through the first two games this year, Rodgers has thrown for 604 yards, completing 67.6% of his passes for six touchdowns and no interceptions. The numbers are even more impressive when considering he was without his best wide receiver, Davante Adams, for a significant portion of last week’s game.
Rodgers will have a chance to continue to impress in primetime when the Packers face the New Orleans Saints on Sunday Night Football.