Aaron Rodgers: 30-42, 281 Yards, Touchdown, 0 Interceptions
Obviously, this list would not be complete until Aaron Rodgers was put on it. Even though he didn’t get the win for the Packers, he still had a nice performance in a situation that most quarterbacks would not play through.
Rodgers was in obvious discomfort all game long. He was able to move around better than he did in the second half against the Bears, but it wasn’t easy. Despite those struggles, Rodgers had a great game and kept the Packers in it all the way down to the final whistle.
Green Bay would not be a contender without Rodgers on the field. The injury certainly is making an impact on how much he can do, but even being hobbled he is one of the greatest to ever play the quarterback position.