4. QB Aaron Rodgers, GB
It seems crazy to rank Rodgers this low, but when comparing his play in recent weeks to the play of the three remaining QB’s on this list, he simply does not measure up.
Despite getting little help from his defense and having to deal with an offensive coordinator carousel, Rodgers threw for a respectable 3,821 yards, 31 touchdowns and eight interceptions in 2015.
His yards and touchdowns decreased from last season, along with his completion percentage which suffered a 4.9 percent dip. He also threw three more interceptions and his team lost two more games. Is that because of him? Absolutely not. Is he still one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL? Absolutely.
Their defense is full of holes and weaknesses, but if I’m Jay Gruden, or any other NFC coach for that matter, I do not want to face the Green Bay Packers in the playoffs as long as Aaron Rodgers is at quarterback.