Aaron Rodgers is racking up the votes and awards by landslide margins.
Yesterday he did it again. Rodgers was voted No.1 in the “NFL Network’s “The Top 100: Players of 2012.”
Rodgers was the 2011 NFL MVP and moved up 10 spots in the voting after finishing 11th last season.
His numbers were off the charts last season to a tune of 45 touchdowns, six interceptions and a league-leading 9.2 yards-per-attempt.
Rodgers should continue to hover around the top ten for years to come.
His game is on another level right now and he’s throwing the football better than anybody else in the NFL.