Granted, the low ranking (11th overall) is most likely due to the fractured collarbone that cost him half of the 2013 season, an injury that's unlikely to repeat this season. However, it further underscores the issues with the NFL Network's annual list.
If you're so inclined, you can watch Rodgers' segment here.
Otherwise, perhaps these words from former Packers tight end Tom Crabtree will help you get over Rodgers' ranking:
I think that says it all. If not, how about this tweet from the NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah:
Aaron Rodgers is the best player in the @NFL.— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) July 3, 2014
That's more like it.