Aaron Rodgers has had an outstanding year as the Quarterback of the Green Bay Packers. He led the Packers all the way to the NFC Conference Championship Game, where his team collapsed in the 4th Quarter, leading to an Overtime loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Rodgers had a 65% completion percentage, with 4,381 Yards passing, 38 Passing TD's, and 5 interceptions, totaling up to a 112.2 Passer Rating. He also had 270 yards rushing and 2 Rushing TD's.
Replacing Rodgers on the Pro Bowl roster is Andy Dalton, the Cincinnati Bengals QB. He was originally left off the Pro Bowl roster after posting a 64% completion rate, 3,400 passing yards, 19 TD's, 17 INT's and an 83.5 Passer rating. Dalton heavily relied on top target AJ Green for most of the season, and it worked well enough, with Cincinnati going to the playoffs again, and losing their first game to the Indianapolis Colts.