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Aaron Rodgers Is No. 1!

Aaron Rodgers

As expected, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is No. 1 in ESPN’s Ron Jaworski‘s quarterback rankings. We knew this would be the case when Drew Brees was announced as No. 2 on Monday.

What does this mean? Well, it means Jaws really likes Rodgers and that’s about it.

Here are some of the things Jaws had to say while he was slobbering all over Rodgers.

“Very few quarterbacks in NFL history have had Rodgers’ exceptional combination of velocity and accuracy, elite arm strength and pin-point ball location.”

“There’s a larger, more significant issue that speaks to Rodgers’ greatness. He can beat the defense even when the defense wins, whether it’s blitz or a three-man pressure with eight in coverage.”

Who else was on the list? Who cares?

But here’s the list anyway.

1. Aaron Rodgers
2. Drew Brees
3. Tom Brady
4. Peyton Manning
5. Eli Manning
6. Ben Roethlisburger
7. Philip Rivers
8. Jay Cutler
9. Joe Flacco
10. Tony Romo
11. Matt Ryan
12. Michael Vick
13. Matt Schaub
14. Matthew Stafford
15. Cam Newton
16. Alex Smith
17. Josh Freeman
18. Matt Hasselbeck
19. Andy Dalton
20. Sam Bradford
21. Carson Palmer
22. Matt Cassel
23. Mark Sanchez
24. Ryan Fitzpatrick
25. Kevin Kolb
26. Matt Moore
27. Matt Flynn
28. Christian Ponder
29. Blaine Gabbert
30. Tim Tebow

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7 Comments

  1. Ivomitonvikingfans July 10, 2012

    Flacco too high. Stafford too low. Good to see Flynn above Ponder considering Flynn may not even become the starter. Shit. Who cares. How many days until training camp?

  2. Pack Lethal July 10, 2012

    Not news to me. Rodgers is the man!

  3. Donny H. July 10, 2012

    One thing about this really pops out at me. That being players rated #1to #6 are SB champs. #7 to #30 are not.

    This is a perfect illustration of what defines the league today which is great news for the packers. That said, the chances of winning the SB are virtually zero if your team does not have a top 5 QB.

    1. Darrin July 11, 2012

      Good point. No QB, no SB. Haha Bears fans!

  4. iltarion July 10, 2012

    Stafford is 14? Hahaha… that is funny stuff.

  5. Mike December 12, 2012

    He might be #1 on the list, but he smells more like #2…dipstick double-choke.