As we look around the league today, we see emerging star quarterback (e.g. please refer to San Francisco), the continuing domination of hall of fame quarterbacks (Does the name Eli Manning ring a bell), and the reemergence of star quarterbacks like Peyton Manning. In pass-heavy offenses, these quarterbacks thrive, sometimes making average pro receivers look like Jerry Rice! The NFL and the media has a love/hate relationship with it's quarterbacks, giving high praises and accolades when the team is doing well, and heartlessly slamming the quarterback when the team is not doing well. Oftentimes, the quarterback takes the brunt of the blame when the team is not successful, or loses a key game.
Let us make no mistake. The Green Bay Packers are still the team to beat in the NFC north, regardless of Chicago's smashmouth defense or Minnesota's ground and pound offense coupled with a now top-10 defense. Furthermore, Aaron Rodgers is still the best QB in football!
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