Aaron Rodgers for MVPWhen the Most Valuable Player award is given out for this season, it's possible that Aaron Rodgers will have gone wire-to-wire as the top candidate for league MVP. He started off the season strong, and never took his foot off the accelerator. The only thing that might derail his MVP campaign is a scorching-hot late-season run by Drew Brees.
But maybe that's the issue ‒ Rodgers has been brilliant all season long, while the Brees-for-MVP campaign is fueled mostly by a late-season surge. He's been the guy in more headlines recently. His late season numbers have been sick, and It was Brees who destroyed Dan Marino's single-season passing record while Rodgers spent the last week of the season on the bench.
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But don't forget that Rodgers set a pretty significant record of his own, too ‒ best passer rating in a season ‒ but that one, though it may be the better measure of quarterbacking performance, doesn't get nearly the media attention as Brees'Read More »from MVP: The case for Aaron Rodgers