Aaron Rodgers, No.1 in CSPR

For the first time since Week 3, Aaron Rodgers failed to crack 300 yards passing (he put up 247). And when that's the biggest knock against your performance, you know you've reached a level of NFL superstardom that can only be described with the letters M, V and P. After weeks of being overshadowed by MLB standouts, Rodgers finally gets his due atop the Cross-Sport Power Rankings. But it wasn't as easy as you might think.

Why? Well, for starters

A handful of college quarterbacks -- Kellen Moore, Brandon Weeden and Case Keenum -- turned in games worthy of Cross-Sport love. Eli Manning out-Brady'd Tom Brady. And Goeffrey Mutai made the old New York City Marathon record look like child's play.

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Our all-star panel: John Buccigross, Robert Flores, DJ Gallo, Jim Basquil, Kevin Connors, Will Selva, Jeff MacGregor and Trey Wingo.

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