So says Doug Farrar at Football Outsiders. He breaks down QB Aaron Rodgers game at Dallas last season and comes away impressed. Follow the link to read the entire article, but hold your nose as you read about probably the worst game last season played by the Packers' offensive line:
Most of all, I liked his ability to maintain the offensive tempo, and his refusal to let pressure dictate what he was going to do in a negative fashion. Of all the 2005 quarterbacks (yeouch — that’s an ugly draft class), he seems the most “finished” by far, along with Cleveland’s Derek Anderson, in that he could win games as the featured component. He’s very careful with the ball, a trend that goes back to his college days (43 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in three seasons at Cal).