Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the lone representative from the franchise on the NFL 2010s All-Decade Team, announced by the NFL and Pro Football Hall of Fame on Monday. Julius Peppers, who played in Green Bay for three seasons, made the team as well.
From the NFL release:
The 55-member team is the result of votes cast over the last several weeks by the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 48-member selection committee. Only players who received at least one selection to a Pro Bowl, Associated Press All-Pro team or Pro Football Writers of America all-conference team during the 2010-19 seasons were eligible.
Rodgers led the Packers to a 112-63-2 mark (96-45-1 in games Rodgers played) in the decade, second behind only Tom Brady, the other choice at quarterback for the All-Decade team.
During the decade, Rodgers threw for 38,145 yards and 305 touchdowns against only 63 interceptions, with a QB rating of 103.6.
Peppers played from 2014-2016 with the Packers and made the Pro Bowl in 2015, recording 25 sacks and two pick-sixes in his time in Green Bay.
You can view the full team by clicking here.
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