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2. Aaron Rodgers, Packers

Rodgers, the reigning Super Bowl MVP, kicked down the door to get inside the NFL's elite quarterback club last season. His story is a great one, too. He dropped in the 2005 draft and survived the Brett Favre controversy in Green Bay to become the NFL's next "it" quarterback. At 27, the sky is the limit for Rodgers.Getty Images