Aaron Rodgers is undoubtedly one of the best quarterbacks of the current generation and more than likely to go down as one of the greatest of all-time. He is a Super Bowl Champion and MVP (XLV) and a 4x Pro Bowler but more strikingly is where he stands in the record books at the moment.
Here is a quick sampling (as of Week 2 of the 2015 NFL Season):
- #1 in Career QB Rating - 106.4
- #3 in Completion % - 66.0%
- #3 in Yards/Attempt - 8.22
- #1 in Interception % - 1.61%
- #3 in Touchdown % - 6.54%
- #1 in TD/INT Ratio - 4.05
Aaron Rodgers is simply brutally efficient at throwing the football. The last stat in the list TD/INT ratio, which measures the average number of passing touchdowns thrown for each interception thrown, is a vitally important QB statistic and one in which Aaron Rodgers simply dominates the rest of the competition.
Here is a single image that captures that dominance: