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With less than 75 days until the start of the 2013 NFL regular season, let’s take an updated look at the Top 10 quarterbacks in the NFL today. These rankings are primarily based on each player’s career to this point. Note: Instead of including the young, up-and-coming star signal-callers like Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson, Andrew Luck and Colin Kaepernick with the proven veterans around the league, the top players at the position have been divided into two categories—one group of guys who are 25 or under and the other group includes QBs that are at least 26-years-old. This list covers the latter. Check in later this week for the former on the Top 10 young guns at the position. Photo From Rangaprabhu.com (via Sodahead.com) 1. Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers) Since taking over as the successor to Brett Favre in 2008, Rodgers has completed 1,717 of 2,606 passes (65.8 percent) for 21,332 yards with 170 touchdowns to 45 interceptions and carried the ball 292 times for 1,395 yard...
BEST OF MAXIM
Day 2 of this 2-part NFC Playoff Prediction series, I will tell you why the Detroit Lions will be making the playoffs in just the second time in the last 14 years.
In day one of this 2-part NFC Playoff Prediction series, I told you that the San Francisco 49ers, Atlanta Falcons, and the Washington Redskins will repeat as division champions and make it to the playoffs this upcoming...
AND A-RODG AIN'T HAPPY
The sports world was all over the news out of Massachusetts yesterday regarding Aaron Hernandez. The Patriots TE was finally arrested early in the morning, then he was released by the team less than an hour later. Finally, in the afternoon it was revealed Hernandez would be charged with murder and not merely obstruction of justice as had been previously conjectured. NFL stars...
And I don't mean a "Killer of Vikings fans hopes and dreams" or anything like that, I mean a real life, shooty-shooty, stabby-stabby (not like THAT kind of stabbing though ... I don't think), kill kill kill, kind of murderer.
At least according to Jeremy Schaap and ESPN.
ESPN said - ON AIR - in a recent interview, that Aaron Rodgers was likely tied...
Former Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop said he ultimately decided to sign with the Vikings so he had the opportunity to play against Aaron Rodgers.
Live TV is harder than it looks.
It is even harder when you dealing with a serious issue like a NFL player being charged with 1st degree murder, so cut Jeremy Schapp a little slack here in this video provided by The Big Lead.
Aaron Rodgers was not amused.
Not funny ESPN
— Aaron Rodgers (@AaronRodgers12) June 27, 2013
Some of the biggest news in the NFL in a long time came Wednesday that former New England tight end Aaron Hernandez was being charged with first degree murder eleven. While coving Hernandez’s arraignment, ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap, made a crucial error and confused Hernandez with current Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. “Certainly based on what we heard there is a...
The Green Bay Packers are in a wonderful place in the cycle of sports: they get to be in “win now” mode for the foreseeable future, and can expect to be reaching for the brass ring every year as long as they have Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy at the helm.That doesn’t mean they don’t have questions to answer in training camp, though. These are the things the Packers will...
Aaron Hernandez and Aaron Rodgers have very few things in common, but obviously their first name is one of them. Given the fact that Hernandez has been arrested and charged with murder, you can understand why Rodgers would not want to be associated with him an any way. Unfortunately, a slip of the tongue from [...]
Former Green Bay Packers-turned-Minnesota Vikings linebacker Desmond Bishop is excited to be facing Aaron Rodgers twice a year.
So, have you heard the news about former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez, who’s in all sorts of trouble now that he’s been a) charged with murder in the death of Odin Lloyd, b) cut by New England following his arrest, and c) is now being investigated for a double homicide in Boston last year? Yeah, to say things aren’t looking so rosy for Aaron Hernandez would be an epic misfire...
Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins can only hope that the beginning of his career can rival Aaron Rodgers.
Rodgers like Cousins had to sit and wait his turn. The only problem for Cousins’ is that when he finally gets his shot, it will probably be with another team.
Cousins was drafted behind Robert Griffin III for insurance purposes, and possible trade value later....