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Aaron Rodgers headlines PFF's 2014 All-Pro team

The Packers finished with four All-Pros and two honorable mentions.

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In an unsurprising development, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was selected for Pro Football Focus's 2014 All-Pro team. Rodgers was one of four Green Bay players to earn either first team or second team honors.

Rodgers finished the year with a PFF rating of 40.4, highest among quarterbacks. Of that rating, 35.0 came from passing while another 4.7 came from his legs. The rest came from his penalty rating (he's very good at avoiding them).

The other honorees were wide receivers Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb and right guard T.J. Lang. All three were named to PFF's second team All-Pro. Nelson finished the year with a PFF rating of 20.5 while Cobb came close at 12.3. Lang fared the best of any offensive lineman on the Packers with a 23.7 rating.

The Packers also received two honorable mentions. Running back Eddie Lacy narrowly missed making the list with a PFF rating of 19.8, and left guard Josh Sitton lagged behind his buddy Lang by under a point (22.7).

Jason B. Hirschhorn covers the Green Bay Packers for Acme Packing Company. He also serves as an SB Nation Newsdesk Contributor and writes for Sports on Earth.