While talking about the MVP award and Aaron Rodgers on stream, Kyle Allen brought up an interesting question, "Did Aaron Rodgers Just Have A Top 10 Season Of All Time?"
At face value, you would probably say "no way", but Kyle Allen and Jordan Palmer brought up some good points that could have you leaving saying something else.
Kyle starts his argument by stating that Rodgers just had an unreal regular season. He led his team to another 13-3 record, beating playoff teams such as the Saints, Colts, and Titans on the way.
He comfortably led the league in touchdowns, by throwing for 48 TDs and adding three on the ground. The next closest QB's was Tom Brady & Russell Wilson, who each had 40 touchdowns through the air.
What makes this even more impressive is that he only threw 5 interceptions all season and led the league in completion percentage. This means that Rodgers will always keep his team in the game and will rarely be the sole reason the team loses games
Adding to this, Kyle said that Rodgers's supporting cast was not on the same level as some of the other QBs on the list. Yes, he had Devante Adams, who is probably the best receiver in the league, and Aaron Jones, a top RB, but besides that, his receiving corpse is full of journeyman players who did not have the most success before this season.
Comparing this to Peyton Manning's 55 touchdown 10 interception season, the supporting cast is nowhere close. That season, Manning had prime Demaryius Thomas and Emmanual Sanders on the roster to help him out.
Tom Brady was also in the same situation during his best season, he had prime Randy Moss and Wes Welker during his MVP season in 2007.
After seeing this, Jordan Palmer says that Aaron Rogers is the real Most Valuable Player in the league because he makes any receiver or tight end look great. Jordan brought up Robert Tonyan, who got 11 touchdowns this year.
Before this season, he only had two in his entire career. This is a testament to how Rodgers made his teammates better throughout his historic 2020 MVP season.