6. Aaron Rodgers
Most NFL franchises could only dream of a succession at quarterback like the Green Bay Packers had, going from Brett Favre to Aaron Rodgers. The fact that Rodgers fell to the 24th pick in the 2005 NFL Draft, and watched his hometown San Francisco 49ers pass on taking him with the #1 overall pick, looks even more reprehensible in hindsight.
Through the 2018 season, Rodgers has been named the NFL’s MVP twice, and to the All-Pro team three times (including two times as a first-team selection). His 103.1 career passer rating is the highest in the history of the NFL.