Aaron Rodgers Completely Disrespected in ESPN Top 100 NFL Rankings
By Max Staley
Aaron Rodgers has to be tired of this by now. After leading the Green Bay Packers to a 13-3 record and an appearance in the NFC Championship Game, the offseason narrative has focused on how he's allegedly fallen off.
ESPN released an article predicting who will be the top-100 players in the NFL next year, and Rodgers' ranking is so low it can only be described as disrespectful.
Rodgers checks in as the league's 23rd-best player – ranked as the sixth-best quarterback. That's a massive overreaction.
The eight-time Pro Bowler had a 6.5 touchdown-to-interception ratio in 2019. That was the second-best mark last year, and the 10th-best mark of all time. He did that despite being saddled with one of the league's least talented pass-catching groups, save for Davante Adams.
Other than Adams, there wasn't a single Packer who reached even 500 receiving yards last year.
Tied for the ninth-best odds (+2300) to win the NFL MVP on FanDuel Sportsbook, Rodgers might need to take home his third MVP award to get the respect he deserves around the league.
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