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Positional Review: Quarterbacks

Rodgers (Benny Sieu - USA Today Sports)

We look back at the season with our featured performer, depth chart, unit grade and look ahead to 2013. Most seasons, Aaron Rodgers would be considered a prime MVP candidate after putting up monster numbers and overcoming challenges to win 11 games and the NFC North.

Featured performer He led the NFL with a 108.0 passer rating. He ranked second with 39 touchdown passes, third with 67.0 percent accuracy, tied for fourth with eight interceptions and finished eighth with 4,295 yards. His touchdown-to-interception ratio of nearly 5-to-1 led the league by a mile. He dominated on third down (first with a 110.8 rating), in the red zone (second with a 109.9 rating...

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