How Well Do You Know Aaron Rodgers?
Even if you can’t stand football, you’ve probably heard of Aaron Rodgers. Whether dominating the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field or landing in hot water for his vaccination choices, he keeps himself in the public eye. You might’ve even gotten a glimpse of Rodgers during his hosting sprint on a popular game show. Whether or not you think he’s a good actor, Rodgers is considered among the best quarterbacks of the last several decades, generally behind Tom Brady and Peyton Manning and with the likes of Kurt Warner, Drew Brees, and fellow NFC North icon Brett Favre.
Most of us know his face. This trivia tests how well you know the man behind the camera on weekdays and center on Sundays. We ‘packed’ in a lot of football-related questions. We don’t know if Aaron Rodgers will retire, but we can guess he’ll play a bit more for the Jets.
Which team is Rodgers arguably the best quarterback in franchise history for? That’s an easy one, but do you know the full extent of his career highs? You know he’s smart, but can you answer where he went to college? Do you know his personal life like the back of his throwing hand?
Take this quiz and find out!
Aaron Rodgers is known for his extreme efficiency as a prolific passer. In fact, he is the only quarterback in NFL history with over 400 touchdowns and less than 100 interceptions. Furthermore, he ranks third all-time in passer rating and just outside the top 10 in completion percentage, despite hurling the 11th-most attempts. That demanding volume fails to deter his accuracy. Rodgers routinely finishes among league leaders in passing yards and touchdowns as well, making him a yearly candidate for NFL Most Valuable Player. Beyond the regular season, he is also known for huge performances worthy of big games. He tied an NFL record for consecutive playoff games with at least three touchdown passes in three straight games, which was remarkably achieved in a single postseason. Many consider this run one of the best in NFL playoff history. Rodgers' abilities augment many receivers to Pro Bowl status, including Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, and Davante Adams.
Off the field, Rodgers is lauded for displaying high intelligence and diverse interests. That said, his public image contains a few blemishes, including a controversy surrounding his stance on COVID-19 vaccinations. Rodgers admitted he wasn't vaccinated against COVID-19, opting to pursue alternative methods to achieve immunization, including zinc supplements. Rodgers shrouds himself in a bit of mystery as well, garnering a reputation for being standoffish and getting entangled in family problems that allegedly led to Rodgers becoming estranged from his siblings and parents.