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Rodgers Grows Into NFL's Top Decision-Maker

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With only seven interceptions, Aaron Rodgers is the main reason why the Packers are about to set the team record for fewest turnovers in a season. The Pro Bowl quarterback talks about a feat made more impressive by the pressure he's faced.

It seems like a lifetime ago when Aaron Rodgers was a runt of a kid, standing about 5-foot-6 when he first met the high school varsity football coach. "Probably less than 5-6," Pleasant Valley High School coach Sterling Jackson told Packer Report for the cover story of the next magazine. Four years and about 5 inches later, University of Illinois coach Ron Turner took one look at Rodgers...

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