FFLockerRoom | Apr 15th
For the first time since 2008 when Aaron Rodgers became the starting quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, Rodgers missed multiple games due to injury. In fact he missed seven. It was also the first time in that span that he failed to rush for a touchdown. Don't fret though as the 30-year-old quarterback still has plenty left in his tank. 2014 brings a quarterback coach change from Ben McAdoo to Alex Van Pelt. Pelt is on the record stating that he wants to challenge Rodgers to avoid complacency, so this should be fun to watch. With the outstanding arsenal surrounding Rodgers, expect another stellar performance. He should be drafted among the top-3 come draft day.