Voted on across the league by players themselves, the “Top 100” has now featured Rodgers nine times, and this is the two-time MVP’s seventh appearance in the top 10. Rodgers was ranked No. 10 a year ago.
Last season, Rodgers threw for 4,442 yards – the second-highest total of his career – with 25 touchdown passes and just two interceptions.
The two picks were a career low for a full season, beating his previous low of five in 2014, the year he won his second MVP. His interception percentage of 0.34 in 2018 (two INTs in 597 attempts) set an NFL single-season record. He also set a league record last year with 402 consecutive pass attempts without an interception.