GREEN BAY, WI (WHBL) - Packer quarterback Aaron Rodgers says awards are nice, but he’d rather be playing today. Rodgers was named the 2011 Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player Saturday night. The Green Bay signal-caller got 48 votes to just two for record-setting New Orleans QB Drew Brees. He is the third quarterback in a row to get the MVP award and the first Packer since Brett Favre in 1997. Rodgers led the league in passing with a 122-point-5 rating. He had 45 touchdown passes and only six interceptions. He says consistency is the key to his success. But, he’d rather being played in today’s Super Bowl 46.
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