Brees posting MVP-worthy numbers

Rodgers' season is excellent, but assault on Marino's passing record may be better

Originally Published: December 23, 2011
By Ashley Fox | ESPN.com

There is no wrong answer, not now, not after the Green Bay Packers' perfect season ended with a subpar outing by the team and its quarterback against Kansas City. If the Packers had run the table and finished the regular season 16-0, Aaron Rodgers would have been the unanimous choice as the NFL's most valuable player. There would have been no debate.

As it stands, Rodgers probably will win the league's most prestigious individual award anyway. He has had a fantastic season. It is his award ...

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