Brady vs. Rodgers looks to be an epic showdown


Brady is looking earn his 10th Super Bowl appearance and potentially his seventh Super Bowl

Jacob Staley, Staff Writer


The NFL conference championships are going down this weekend, and the NFC matchup of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Green Bay Packers features the huge storyline of Aaron Rodgers vs. Tom Brady. 

Rodgers and Brady are both among the Top 10 quarterbacks of all time. The winner of Sunday’s game will advance to the Super Bowl, where he will have the opportunity to further add to his legacy.

Brady is looking earn his 10th Super Bowl appearance and potentially his seventh Super Bowl win. If Brady were to win the Super Bowl, he would have won more Super Bowls than any other team has in its entire history. (Currently he is tied with the Steelers with six Super Bowl wins.)

Brady is already the GOAT, but people didn’t think he could still contribute to a team at

such a high level, given his advancing age and his move to Tampa Bay. Although the Buccaneers had stars throughout their team, nobody thought a 43-year-old Brady could be the player they needed to take them over the hump.

Rodgers, meanwhile, is looking to add to his pitch-perfect season. He and Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes are the front runners for the league MVP. Through his 16 regular season games, he has thrown for over 4,000 yards and has 48 touchdowns while only throwing five interceptions.

Rodgers is looking to earn a shot at his second Super Bowl as well as his third MVP. One Super Bowl win may not seem like a lot, but 12 teams have never won a Super Bowl, with three teams never even getting the chance to play in one.

If Rodgers continues to play at this level at 37 years old, then he and Brady could go down as the best two quarterbacks of all time. 

This could be one of the biggest playoff games of recent history, making it mandatory viewing for football fans.