A Super Bowl champion and three-time NFL Most Valuable Player (including 2020), 16-year NFL veteran Green Bay Packer Aaron Rodgers is one of the NFL’s all-time elite quarterbacks. A nine-time Pro Bowler and three-time First-Team All-Pro, Rodgers was also named Second Team All-Pro and is a three-time passer rating leader and two-time passing touchdowns leader. Rodgers led the Packers to the 2011 Super Bowl title over Pittsburgh and was the Super Bowl MVP after an impressive 15-1 regular season, the best of his career. He threw for 4,643 yards and 45 touchdowns with just six interceptions, good for a quarterback rating of 122.5 (the single best passer rating in NFL history). The 2011 Associated Press Athlete of the Year, Rodgers holds more than 30 NFL records including all-time career leader in passer rating, most consecutive seasons with a passer rating over 100, best touchdown to interception ratio, most touchdown passes of 70 or more yards and many more. He also holds several Packers records including passing yards in a season, most touchdown passes and total touchdowns in a season, and highest completion percentage in a season.