Aaron Rogers has won his third MVP.
Rodgers set single-season highs in completion rate (70.7%) and touchdowns (48). He led the Green Bay Packers to a 13-3 record for the second year in a row and the highest seed in the NFC.
Only six NFL players have won three MVPs or more: Peyton Manning (five), Jim Brown, Johnny Unitas, Brett Favre, Tom Brady, and Rodgers.
However, the big news wasn’t so much the MVP, it was that Rodgers had gotten another ring! Rodgers subtly announced his engagement during his acceptance speech.
At 37 years old, Rodgers still is playing great football, and has a great chance next season to move up the lists in all-time numbers.
Ten passing touchdowns away from being top-five all-time (currently 7th).
230+ passing yards from being top-ten all-time (currently 11th).
But Rodgers will definitely be most focused on getting his second title to try and join that other elite list of quarterbacks that includes Brady, Manning, Joe Montana, Terry Bradshaw, Troy Aikman and more.