Super Bowl 2011: Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers’ Case for MVP

February 1, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Aaron Rodgers has been doing his "championship belt" celebration the entire season. 
On Sunday, he'll be able to back up his talk with a win in the Superbowl. 
If the Packers do win, count on Rodgers winning the MVP.  The stats are heavily in his favor. 
Quarteback's win Superbowl MVP honors more than any other position.  Overall, 23 QBs have won the award—easily the most of any position.
Furthermore, as the league becomes more and more pass oriented, QB's likelihood of winning the award only increased. To go with that point, an RB has not won the award in over 10 years, since Terrell Davis of the Broncos in 1998.  
Speaking of running, Rodgers can do that as well.  Behind Mike Vick, Rodgers is probably the best running QB in the league.
In his three seasons as a starting NFL QB, Rodgers has averaged over four rushing touchdowns a season. 
Even if Rodgers does not break the end zone, he can use his legs to...

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