Football Can Aaron Rodgers Lead The Packers To Another Superbowl? By Alicia Springer Posted on July 20, 2017 3 min read 0 0 96 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The Green Bay Packers was in a serious position last season as they almost missed out on the playoffs, at this juncture Aaron Rodgers has a passers rating of 96.0 in 10 games. He then became the Rodgers that the Packers know him to be as he took them on his shoulders and lead the Packers to eight straight wins with stats that went from 96.0 passer rating to an outrageous 117.9, a completion rate of 68.9%, a 21 to 1 touch down to intersection rate and just under 300 passing yards per game. There is support on the offensive side for Rodgers, as he has players like Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson and Davante Adams. Rodgers seems to have a knack of boosting the performance of his team mates, as all these guys improved over the latter period of the season. Additions To The Team The Packers also have the addition of ex-Patriot, Martellus Bennett, an extremely gifted and multipurpose tight end, which will give a very impactful boost to their offensive game. However, what Rodgers and the Packers need is a defensive line that can put points on the board when the offense isn’t measuring up to expectations. Analysts predict that Green Bay has at least three maybe four more seasons as genuine opportunities to make it to the Super Bowl with one of the quarterbacks that many consider ranks in the best of all time, because Aaron Rodgers’ contract extension expires in 2020. Considering that Peyton Manning was 34 years old when he played his final season with the Colts but went on to the Denver Broncos earning him his second Super Bowl ring. The Colts probably felt like they could have won a couple more Super Bowls with Manning at the helm. The lesson for the Packers is that they need to take advantage of what they have. The Packers franchise under Rodgers went to the NFC Champions three times with only a single Super Bowl ring to show for it. What Rodgers require is simply a bit more help, if Green Bay can do this, the Super Bowl is definitely in their sights and they won’t regret it later.