That could change, but the All-Pro voting that went in Rodgers’ favor signaled he is ready to take home another MVP trophy.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback has three MVPs to his name and can add a fourth this week.
He believes he has already locked it up, as seen by his reaction at the Phoenix Open.
Rodgers is taking part in the Pro-Am and was announced as a three-time NFL MVP.
He made sure to correct the announcer by holding up four fingers.
Aaron Rodgers is playing at the @WMPhoenixOpen this week and the PA at the 16th hole introduced him as a 3-time MVP.
Rodgers then flashes 4 fingers, as the PA corrects to 4-time MVP. Calling his shot before tonight’s announcement 🤣
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) February 10, 2022
The quarterback has officially called his shot and should be proven right Thursday night.
An Intriguing NFL MVP Race
Rodgers getting first-team All-Pro honors over Brady proved he should be a lock to win MVP.
Yet that is still a surprise considering the latter had more passing yards and touchdowns throughout the 2021 season.
Both quarterbacks were equally valuable to their respective teams, yet Rodgers’ stats still appear to be enough to get the nod in this category.
Cooper Kupp is also a worthy candidate after his historic year with the Los Angeles Rams, but MVP has basically become a quarterback award unless a skill player has a season that will never be topped.
Some fans may want Rodgers to win just so he can give a speech.
These Broncos fans are trying to recruit Aaron Rodgers 😂
Rodgers said “we’ll see” 👀pic.twitter.com/YT9setmLUe
— PointsBet Sportsbook (@PointsBetUSA) February 9, 2022
He is notoriously outspoken and no one even knows where he will play next season.
Or if he will play at all.
He may not shed light on that conversation if he wins, but whatever he says should be appointment viewing.