Aaron Rodgers, 2020 MVP
(WFRV) – For the third time in his illustrious career, Aaron Rodgers is the NFL’s Most Valuable Player.
After a league-best 48 touchdowns and 121.5 passer rating, Rodgers added yet another AP award to his already stocked trophy case, again adding to his still-building legacy at 37 years old.
It’s Rodgers’ first MVP award since 2014 – and, for the third consecutive time, his MVP season ended in the NFC Championship. The Packers lost to the Buccaneers 31-26 just 13 days ago.
But tonight, it was Rodgers highlighting the NFL Honors show. The QB announced he’s engaged (reportedly to actress Shailene Woodley) and reflected on the blessings from a very abnormal year.
His third MVP ties him for second-most all-time with fellow Packer legend Brett Favre, among others. Payton Manning leads all players with five career MVP awards.