Over these past four seasons, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has let his arm answer question after question regarding Brett Favre. Now, his teammate and favorite wide receiver Greg Jennings put a definitive statement into the conversation: Rodgers is a better QB than Favre.
"They both bring different things to the table," Jennings said on "The Ian O'Connor Show" on ESPN New York 1050. "But honestly right now, I definitely have to go with ... Aaron, his body of work at such a young age, his attention to detail, his discipline, I think it's really second to none -- its un-paralleled. You haven't really found a QB that has done it the way (Rodgers) has done it."
Rodgers career body of work tallies up to 17,366 yards, 132 touchdowns to 38 interceptions, a 104.1 passer rating, and already one Super Bowl ring in just four years as the starting QB. With that said, we certainly hope Jennings wouldn't stir the pot right before the Packers play their first playoff game against a surging New York Giants team. That is one of the reasons this team plays so well together. There's no drama, just complete support and synergy. Jennings, who has missed the past three games, will be back in the lineup Sunday.
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