Mr. Rodgers’ Neighborhood: The Mount Rushmore of NFL Quarterbacks
Aaron Rodgers is now on the NFL’s “Mount Rushmore” of the Top Tier Quarterbacks in the NFL. Undeniably, he has validated and vindicated the controversial decision by Ted Thompson and Mike McCarthy to part ways with the legendary 3-Time Most Valuable Player Brett Favre.
Rodgers won MORE post-season games in the last month than Favre did in last decade (1998-2007) in Green Bay. Yeah; that’s right! DECADE! After Favre lead the Packers to Super Bowl 32, he only won a grand total of three playoff games ending with ANOTHER Game-Costing Interception to Cory Webster and the New York Giants in 2007.
Rodgers has an undeniable confidence that is affable and quite refreshing. He’s a younger version of last year’s Super Bowl MVP Drew Brees. he’s the “Anti-Brett Favre”. TEAM FIRST; ME FIFTH. That overcast shadow #4 monkey is now finally off his back…FOREVER! Welcome to the V.I.P. Mr. Rodgers. Uhhh…Mr. Favre; please step to the back of the line.