Building a Dream Team? Start here
At 27, Rodgers has the skills -- and supporting cast -- to dominate awhile
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers didn't earn his place as the NFL's Dream Player of Tomorrow with his team's Super Bowl victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in February. He merely cemented it. For all the greatness Rodgers displayed that night in Texas, he had been making his name long before he hoisted the Lombardi trophy. He had the numbers, the Pro Bowl appearance and, above all else, the right set of circumstances.
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