After not shutting the door on taking his talents to Denver, the 10-time Pro Bowler made it clear that his list of accolades may not be done growing. Per Arizona Republic’s Kent Somers, “Aaron Rodgers, when introduced at [the Phoenix Open] as 3X MVP, showed the announcer four fingers.
He might know something about tonight’s NFL Honors event.”As we all know, the MVP is a regular season award. And despite the Packers’ postseason struggles, Aaron Rodgers was statistically incredible once again this year. In 16 games, Rodgers completed nearly 70 percent of his passes for 4,115 yards and 37 touchdowns to just 7 interceptions.
Aaron Rodgers, when introduced at @WMPhoenixOpen as 3X MVP, showed the announcer four fingers. He might know something about tonight’s NFL Honors event.
— Kent Somers (@kentsomers) February 9, 2022
Every player selected as the @PFWA’s MVP since 2004 has also been named the NFL’s MVP.
Aaron Rodgers was already named first team All Pro and it feels all but inevitable that he will win his 4th NFL MVP this season. https://t.co/c4LptWN9rT
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) January 26, 2022
Leading Green Bay to a 13-3 record in the games he started. Should Rodgers win a fourth MVP award, he would become just the second player to win the honor four times. Behind the great Peyton Manning who won five Most Valuable Player awards over the course of his career.
Without a doubt, Aaron Rodgers is among the most decorated quarterbacks to ever touch the field. Along with his Pro Bowls and MVPs, A-Rod has a Super Bowl ring, Super Bowl MVP, Offensive Player of the Year, Bert Bell Award and Hall of Fame all-decade selection for the 2010s.