Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has the fourth-highest postseason passer rating in NFL history.
As the calendar creeps towards March, a handful of MVP-caliber candidates are standing out for their teams.
Bonds and Clemens each received above 50 percent of the vote for the first time since appearing on the ballot in 2013.
The award should go to the player whos achieves the most while facing the toughest conditions. And in 2016 that was the Falcons quarterback.
A look at the key weaknesses that could bounce every team from the playoffs.
New England played the easiest schedule in the NFL, so its defensive prowess remains something of an unknown. Particularly in one critical area.
Each conference title game is a rematch from this season. Here's how they'll play out this time.
Le'Veon Bell may be on a tear but New England hasn't allowed a 100-yard rusher since November 2015.
Green Bay's quarterback has the highest passer rating under pressure this season, including the playoffs.
Even if you discount his career stats for the years after he began using PEDs, Bonds would still have a slam-dunk case.
Aaron Rodgers struggled when the wideout missed the 2015 season with a knee injury, producing his lowest rating (92.7) ever as Green Bay's starting quarterback.
The Penguins star is scoring more this season because he's putting more rubber on net.
The big man could be in line for a contract extension worth more than $200 million and keep him in a Kings uniform through the 2022-23 season.