4. Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay
After an injury-plagued 2017 season, Rodgers came right back in 2018 and reminded everyone why he’s possibly the best quarterback to ever play the game. Despite feuding with his head coach, who was eventually fired, and not exactly having the best supporting cast around him, Rodgers put up crazy numbers in 2018, tossing 25 touchdowns to just two interceptions. His 0.3% interception rate was the best in a single season in NFL history. Don’t let the team record fool you, Rodgers continues to be brilliant regardless of the help (or lack thereof) around him.
Of course, Rodgers is hoping to turn the tide in Green Bay in 2019. He’ll have a new head coach in Matt LaFleur and a new system. But no one’s expecting any drop-off in performance from Rodgers. His accuracy is unreal, and even at age 35, he’s one of the elite quarterbacks in the game.