"Rodgers is still a top 5 QB"

Chris Simms explains!

Evan Heffelfinger
June 16, 2020 - 2:58 pm
Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

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As Aaron Rodgers enters his age 37 season, a lot of people are starting to question whether we've seen the best of Aaron, or if he still has some elite play left in the tank after a couple of disappointing seasons. 

The Packers themselves weren't 100% sure, so they took what they see as the QB of the future in Jordan Love in the 2020 draft.

Can Aaron Rodgers still be an elite QB, or at the very least top five in the NFL?


Chris Simms, former NFL QB and current NBC Sports NFL Analyst, told Bill on Tuesday that he still has Aaron in his top five quarterbacks. He talked all about Aaron, the Packers and more:

What are his thoughts on the Jordan Love selection?

- Does he still think Aaron Rodgers is an elite QB?

What are his thoughts on the Packers receiving corps heading into next season?

What is the difference in year one and two in a new offense for a QB?

- What does he expect to see from Aaron Rodgers this season?

Listen to the full interview below!