Rodgers does it again

Jake Nelson , Staff Writer

The NFL announced on Feb. 7 that Aaron Rodgers has won his third MVP of his career. Rodgers joins Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Johnny Unitas, Brett Favre, and Jim Brown as the only players with three or more most valuable player awards.
Rodgers had one of the greatest seasons for a quarterback in NFL history in 2020, completing 70.7% of his passes for 4,299 yards with 48 touchdowns to just five interceptions, doing all of this at the age of 37. Rodgers led the Packers to a 13-3 record and the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs.
Even as the team may have been looking into the future last offseason with drafting quarterback Jordan Love, Rodgers made it a point to show all the naysayers that he is still the main man in the Green and Gold.
Although losing to the Buccaneers in the NFC championship, who would go on to win the Super Bowl, Rodgers showed the entire league that he is still one of the top quarterbacks in this league even in season 16.
Now, as Packer fans look into the offseason, we can only hope that the front office can add some more talent around Rodgers. But, as long as we have the number 12 behind center, we can go to bed knowing that we will have a chance to win it all each and every year.
So, as Rodgers makes room in his trophy case for the MVP of this year, hopefully he can leave a little space for another Lombardi trophy in the next coming year.