Rodgers’ value, as if it weren’t already known, was proven when he was forced out with a broken collarbone before the
Packers even reached Week 8. His injury sent a 4-1 Green Bay squad into a tailspin, one that was ultimately too much to overcome, even with late-season Rodgers’ return. He owns the strongest case for the title of Best Quarterback in the League next to
Tom Brady, and at 34 years old, looks to have another half-decade of greatness in him. With all of this considered, it’s actually surprising he isn’t higher than 10. Injuries will do that, though.