Top-5 NFL MVP Candidates for 2014
#3 – Aaron Rodgers, Packers QB
Ever since Aaron Rodgers told Packers fans to R-E-L-A-X, he’s been on fire. He’s only thrown 1 interception to his 18 TDs and his six-game streak without an INT ties Bart Starr’s 50-year franchise record. Numbers aside, it has been his ability to check into runs with Eddie Lacy that has put his play on par with his 2011 MVP season. Aaron Rodgers has always been one of the most physically gifted QBs in the NFL, but his cerebral game is reaching Peyton Manning-level.