1. Aaron Rodgers, Packers

  • 2014: 112.2 QB Rating, 4,381 Yards, 38 TD, 5 INT

Until Luck fully gets there, Green Bay Packers field general Aaron Rodgers will keep his mantle of top guy in the sport.

There’s nothing Rodgers hasn’t accomplished.

He has a championship, two MVPs, and four Pro Bowl nods. His career TD-INT ratio of 226-57 is so mind-boggling that all we can do is shake our heads.

What Rodgers does best is keep an aggressive nature about him throwing down the field while staying very mistake free. Unlike Brady and Manning, Rodgers sprays the ball all over the field.

Sure his short game is fantastic, but his intermediate passes from sideline to middle and deep passes over-the-top or firing in the seam is football poetry in motion.

Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in the NFL heading into 2015.

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