Wednesday, January 14, 2015

PFWA Names Rodgers 2014 NFL MVP

In the first league MVP award announced this season, Packers QB Aaron has received the honor from the Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA), according to the team's offical website.

Rodgers, 31, completed 341/520 passes for 4,381 yards and 38 touchdowns for the Packers this fall, helping them go an NFC North-best 12-4. 

He's been nursing a calf injury since Week 16, yet has managed to still go undefeated since then. He even led the Packers back from a 21-13 second half deficit to beat the Cowboys Sunday, clinching for  them a spot in this weekend's NFC Championship game.

They'll be taking on the top-seeded Seahawks in it, as you all likely know.

1 comment:

Brandon said...

It's been his best season statistically since his 2011 MVP season. But since I've watched his every game, I don't notice how much better he's been this season. He's always great.