Aaron Rodgers recognizes the G.O.A.T.
The two-time league MVP, considered by many to be the most talented quarterback in the NFL, is coming off of a scorching hot second half of 2016.
While participating in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in early February, Rodgers spoke with Graham Bensinger for a segment on “In Depth with Graham.” The 33-year-old superstar discussed his thoughts on Super Bowl LI, as well as quarterbacks Matt Ryan and fellow California boy Tom Brady.
“From a fan’s perspective, what a great game to watch and to see Tom and his greatness on display one more time,” said Rodgers. “I mean, he didn’t need to win that to prove that he’s the G.O.A.T., but just another part of his legacy there.”
That’s right. His pick for the greatest quarterback of all time? New England Patriots QB Tom Brady.
There is little doubt that both Brady and Rodgers are future first-ballot Hall of Famers. However, the Green Bay Packers signal caller has some serious work to do to match Brady’s five Super Bowl rings.