2014: Aaron Rodgers (BEST)
Why He’s Here: In case you lost count, this is three times in four years that Rodgers made our list as the best quarterback in the league. Officially, this was the second time he won MVP in a four-year span. It was also the year the world learned that when Rodgers tells you to “R-E-L-A-X,” you should listen. After a slow start for both Rodgers and the Packers, things picked up and it was more of the same from Rodgers, displaying incredible efficiency. The five interceptions he threw in 2014 is the second-lowest since he became a starter and his 112.2 passer rating is topped only by his other MVP season in 2011.
Team Success: Despite the slow start, the Packers finished 12-4 and made their way to the NFC Championship Game against the Seahawks. Rodgers orchestrated a late drive to set up a field goal that sent the game to overtime. Alas, Rodgers never got to touch the ball in overtime, as Seattle won the game to return to the Super Bowl.
By the Numbers: Completed 341 of 520 passes (65.6%) for 4,381 yards with 38 touchdowns and five interceptions.