Packers, Badgers rule NFL’s Top 100 players list

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2. Aaron Rodgers

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Aaron Rodgers bounced back from a broken collarbone that cost him almost half of the 2013 season by winning his second MVP award in 2014.

Rodgers completed 65.6 percent of his passes for 4,381 yards and 38 touchdowns with a ridiculous five interceptions while leading Green Bay to a 12-4 record and another NFC North crown.

He fought through a painful calf injury to lead the Packers to the NFC Championship, throwing for 494 yards and four touchdowns in a pair of playoff games.

Rodgers was a first-team All Pro for the second time in his career and was named to his fourth Pro Bowl.

With a career passer rating of 106.0, he is the only quarterback in NFL history in triple digits and is the all-time leader in the category.

He is also the NFL’s all-time leader in interception percentage at 1.6 percent. He has 226 touchdown passes and just 57 picks in his 10-year career, seven of them as the Packers’ starter.

Rodgers was taken 24th overall by Green Bay out of California in the 2005 NFL Draft and backed up Brett Favre for three years before taking over the starting role in 2008.

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