The NFC North has a pretty loaded group of quarterbacks behind Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rodgers. How do they officially stack up?
The quarterback position is the most important in the NFL and that has never been more true than in the NFC North. The Green Bay Packers were a perennial power in the division until they lost their quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, last season.
The loss of Rodgers to an injury, thanks to a questionable hit by Anthony Barr, left the Packers at a loss for answers. Their previously hot offense couldn’t move the ball and their defense gave up yards and points in chunks.
Meanwhile, the Minnesota Vikings experienced great quarterback play by anyone and everyone who suited up at the position. Whether it be Sam Bradford or Case Keenan, they played like an All-Pro player.
In our quest to rank anything and everything in the NFC North we graduate from the general team rankings to positional rankings. Today, we take a look at the quarterbacks. We start from the bottom and work our way up. Here is how it plays out in the North.