One could have easily argued that Tom Brady could be the MVP but, after the Packers beat the Patriots, it's hard not to go with Rodgers. In an already superlative career, he is putting up his greatest numbers. There is not a QB around that throws with such accuracy and precision.
On one hand, Green Bay's win yesterday over New England was indeed impressive. With Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers clearly two of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, the match-up naturally lent itself to being pitched as a battle between the two. Yet even so, I think it's a bit premature to christen Rodgers the league MVP after just one win. Sure, it was impressive, but you could also say that New England was just having a bad day.
The Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers is having a good year by any standards, but he is not having an MPV years. All you have to do is compare his stats to those to New England's QB Tom Brady or those of Denver's Peyton Manning to see he's not in the race for MVP this year.
Aaron Rodgers looks to be the bell of the ball when it comes to getting chosen for football's newest MVP. The gifted athlete definitely has some stellar qualities, but he isn't necessarily the best choice. There are several players to be considered for MVP and before the hype around one player sweeps the game, everyone who plays should be considered.