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It's Rodgers' Time To Shine

QB Aaron Rodgers (Mike Roemer/AP)

Aaron Rodgers admittedly played poorly when he faced the Ravens as a rookie in 2005. Now, with the playoffs within his grasp, Rodgers can go from fantasy stats machine to a true NFL star by propelling the Packers over these final five games. Publisher Bill Huber provides the commentary.

Aaron Rodgers has come so far. So far, that Joe Philbin forgets the starting point. On Dec. 19, 2005, Rodgers replaced an ineffective Brett Favre late in a 48-3 thrashing on a miserable Monday night at Baltimore. Rodgers, by his own account, played like "dog trash" in completing 8-of-15 passes for 65 yards. He was sacked three times and intercepted once. "You know what? I don't remember much" of... Recommended Stories

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