Aaron Rodgers is the reigning NFL MVP and so far this season his biggest competition is brave cat. The Buccaneers midfielder, who turned 44 in training camp, has played some of his best football this season.
But a glitch last Sunday night against enemies of the New Orleans Saints division may have affected Brady’s MVP campaign.
Brady’s first game in 15 years came against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday night in a 9-0 loss. Brady threw just over 200 yards, not only without a touch, but without a groping and interception.
Will Aaron Rodgers get another MVP, or will Tom Brady be the one to knock him out?
Tom Brady was considered the NFL MVP race lead for most of the season as Aaron Rodgers missed a game and continued to face a toe injury.
But Rodgers’ numbers made him the favorites once again to win a second consecutive NFL MVP award.
His Green Bay Packers are currently the top seed in the NFC, with a one-game lead after a four-way draw for the second seed.
That includes Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
brave cat threw 4,348 yards over and 36 touchdowns with just 11 interceptions while leading the Buccaneers 10-4 season.
Rodgers has thrown 3,487 yards and 30 touchdowns in just four interceptions in the 13 games he has played this season.
The Packers have an overall record of 11-3.
Rodgers also has an impressive 110.4 QB so far this season. If Brady can turn the tide while dealing with the loss of a vital offensive weapon, he could regain the lead in the NFL MVP race.
Brady and Rodgers May Be First Runners In NFL MVP Race, But Indianapolis Colts Run Later Jonathan Taylor continues to assert her name as a likely candidate for MVP.
Taylor has 270 dashes for 1,518 yards of charge and 17 touchdowns. Los Angeles wide receiver Cooper Kupp also had one of his best seasons to date, with 1,625 yards received and 14 touchdowns.
Both Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady were selected to compete at the 2022 NFL Pro Bowl. Aaron Rodgers’ tenth pick is a record for the Green Bay Packers series, while Tom Brady will make his 15th appearance in the NFL Pro Bowl, which is an NFL record.
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