Rodgers's stats for the season thus far: 61.8 cmp %, 3,504 yards, 21 TD's, 1 INT. Compare that to who should be named MVP if the season ended today, or say Jared Goff. Brees: 75.5 cmp %, 3,262 yards, 30 TDs, 3 INTs Goff: 66.4 cmp %, 3,754 yards, 27 TDs, 7 INTs Brees is way above the rest overall as things stand so far this season. That said, Rodgers has more passing yards than the guy who has been the MVP of the league in Brees, has held his own in TD passes, and has just 1 - ONE interception so far this season - or 6 fewer than Goff. Now compare the teams they're on. Take Rodgers off that Green Bay team and switch him out with some average joe like Case Keenum, and they're a bottom dweller that never had a prayer of sniffing the playoffs, Put the same journeyman type like Keenum into the New Orleans (far more stacked than Green Bay) or L.A. with the Rams (arguably the most stacked team in the league), and I think it's fair to say that Rodgers would hold his own with what Brees has been doing, and would certainly outperform Goff. Not taking anything away from any of these guys. I can't lie, I'm truly enjoying watching the meltdown going on in Green Bay this season as a Vikings fan sorely disappointed in my own team's season. And yes, Rodgers is a verified prick as a person, not exactly the most likable character overall beyond his football career. All that said, I can't for the life of me comprehend how anyone blames the Packers' struggles on him in any capacity. He's almost single-handedly kept that franchise relevant for the past decade now. Assuming Green Bay was as poorly managed of a franchise during that same time span except for having average/subpar QB play instead of Rodgers, they'd have been bottom feeders the entire time. Let's be real, Rodgers is like the Barry Sanders of QB's in terms of how his team wasted his prime years as a player, except they lucked into 1 Superbowl title along the road.