2011: Aaron Rodgers (BEST)
Why He’s Here: After leading the Packers to the Super Bowl the previous season, this is the year that Rodgers really took things to the next level and let it be known that he would be one of the league’s elite quarterbacks for many years to come. From 2010 to 2011, his touchdown count went from 28 to 45 and his interceptions dropped from 11 to six. More importantly, his passer rating of 122.5 is the highest in a single season of any quarterback, as of the end of the 2018 season. Behind Rodgers, the Packers scored 560 points, a number topped by less than a handful of teams in NFL history. Needless to say, Rodgers took home MVP honors this year.
Team Success: With Rodgers at his best, the Packers went 15-1. However, they lost their first playoff game to the Giants, becoming the only team to finish the regular season 15-1 but not win a playoff game.
By the Numbers: Completed 343 of 502 passes (68.3%) for 4,643 yards with 45 touchdowns and six interceptions.