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4. Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tom Brady’s retirement lasted about as long as he could stand to watch Encanto for the 100th time, I’m sure.
He spent some quality time with his family, and I’m sure after memorizing the song We Don’t Talk About Bruno front to back, he decided he’d rather play football for a couple more seasons.
Brady was honestly as good as we’ve seen him in the 2021 season, picking apart defenses and dealing with rotating skill players due to injuries.
With a good majority of the Buccaneers’ Super Bowl crew back again in 2022, Brady should have another huge year and may be the best overall QB in the NFC.
3. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
The back-to-back MVP didn’t end up in Denver in the 2022 offseason, and he lost Davante Adams.
It’s hard to feel sorry for Aaron Rodgers given the record-setting contract he signed, but you can’t help but wonder how the loss of Adams is going to affect his play.
The Packers need to make good use of those picks they got in the Davante Adams trade, because Rodgers’ weapons right now are not even remotely comparable.
Nobody in the Draft is going to be able to truly replace Adams, but the Packers need to find someone that can consistently create separation and quickly earn Rodgers’ trust.
Without Adams, are we going to see a third straight MVP season? I doubt it. But Rodgers is still a superstar on the field.