(WFRV) – The Pro Football Writers of America have named Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers as the 2020 MVP.
It’s the third time Rodgers has received the honor from the PFWA, last being 2011 and 2014, and is now tied with Tom Brady for the second most all-time. Rodgers also went on to win the NFL MVP, which is given out by the Associated Press, each time he previously won the PFWA’s honor.
During the regular season the Leader of the Pack threw for 4, 299 yards, 48 touchdowns, and just five interceptions. Rodgers also broke his own franchise record for touchdown passes in a single season in 2020.
Two other Packers quarterbacks, Bart Starr (1966) and Brett Favre (1996, 1997), have won the PFWA’s MVP Award.
The Pro Football Writers of America also announced Titans running back Derrick Henry as Offensive Player of the Year. Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald was named Defensive Player of the Year.
The Associated Press will announce the MVP award on February 6th.