Top Ten Green Bay Packers Players

The Top Ten
1 Aaron Rodgers Aaron Charles Rodgers is an American football quarterback for the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League.

He is an elusive quarterback who has performed brilliantly in every playoff game he's played.

Rodgers is, in my view, the most accurate quarterback in the league, with the arm strength to show it off. As Roethlisberger said, "He could throw a football through a car wash and it wouldn't get wet."

The biggest Packer fan since I was little. I hope you and the Packer team go to Super Bowl 50. I have watched every game this season.

I have a good feeling you are going. Keep your head high, and you and the team will go far. Good luck to the greatest team ever.

- Dudley

2 Don Hutson

Anyone who doesn't vote for this man isn't a true Packer fan. He invented the modern WR, created multiple routes, and led the league in yards nearly every year. He averaged a touchdown every five catches.

He also had more receiving yards than most teams had passing yards. He is the most revolutionary player to ever lace up.

As good as some of the athletes above him are, no one revolutionized the game like he did.

No. 9?!?!? He MADE the passing game! He should be at least in the top five.

3 Brett Favre Brett Lorenzo Favre is a former American football quarterback who spent the majority of his career with the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League.

It's no secret that he's better than Rodgers, and that says a lot. Rodgers was one of the best of his era, but Favre takes number one.

He may not be with the Pack anymore, but he is a living legend. He sacrificed so much in Green Bay. He even played on the field after his father's death. He never missed a game and was a true champion and legend.

When he lost a game, he didn't cry like Tom Brady and most other QBs in the league. He just went out like a true warrior. Win or lose, he was always proud of his team.

Most importantly, Brett Favre is the only man in NFL history to be a 3-time MVP in three consecutive years. He defeated all 32 teams, holds the record for most touchdowns by a QB, played the most games as a QB, earned 11 Pro Bowl selections, and is the only grandfather to be currently playing in the NFL.

4 Bart Starr

Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers are often considered the greatest Packers players because of recency bias. Bart Starr led the Packers during their greatest era, when they were a dynasty.

5 Ray Nitschke
6 Reggie White
7 Jim Taylor
8 Forrest Gregg
9 Greg Jennings

I love watching Greg play. I'm a Bears fan, and he's one of my favorites!

Aaron Rodgers should be bumped down to around 6 or 7. I'd like to give a shout-out to Favre, Nitschke, and Woodson.

In my opinion, if Jennings has three more mediocre seasons, he'll be locked in a top-five spot for the Packers.

Greg Jennings rocks. He's on my fantasy football team and is a reliable player. He and Jordy Nelson are one of the best 1-2 wide receiver punches in the NFL.

10 Herb Adderley

Herb was one of the best cornerbacks in NFL history. His 1,046 career interception yards are like a runner gaining that much in a season, showing his amazing speed for a cornerback.

He won championships in Green Bay and Dallas, but the topic here is Green Bay. He still holds the record for most interceptions returned for a touchdown in a season (3) in 1965.

However, his famous interception was in Super Bowl II when he intercepted a Daryle Lamonica pass and returned it 60 yards for a tide-turning touchdown that sealed the game for the Packers.

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The Contenders
11 Donald Driver
12 Ryan Grant

He made a name for himself as a Packer in 2007. Although he was a rookie, he gained nearly 1,000 yards and became a Packer legend for life.

In that NFC Playoff Divisional game at home in Green Bay, he was in the zone, rushing for 201 yards and scoring 3 touchdowns as the Packers advanced to the NFC Championship Game.

In the next two seasons, Grant rushed for over 1,000 yards in each and was a part of the Green Bay Packers 2010 championship team.

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13 Willie Davis
14 Charles Woodson Charles Woodson is a former American football cornerback and free safety. He played college football for Michigan, where he led the Wolverines to a national championship in 1997. Woodson, a "two-way player" who played both offense and defense, won the Heisman Trophy in the same year, becoming the second,... read more

Beast. He's the big motivator in the locker room (during their Super Bowl run), and he got a lot of touchdowns!

15 A.J. Hawk
16 Clay Matthews III William Clay Matthews III is an American football outside linebacker for the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League.
17 James Lofton
18 Willie Wood
19 Al Harris
20 Andre Rison
21 Sterling Sharpe
22 Jordy Nelson Jordy Ray Nelson is a former American football wide receiver of the National Football League. Nelson was drafted in the 2nd round as the 36th overall pick to the Green Bay Packers in 2008.

He is Aaron Rodgers' go-to guy. He almost always catches it. When I say almost always, I mean 90-95%.

23 Ahman Green
24 Nick Barnett
25 Atari Bigby
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