The Green Bay Packers sent shockwaves through the league by trading up to select Utah State quarterback Jordan Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. With an all-time great signal caller under contract for several more years, the team is already preparing for the future.

Rodgers is coming off his second straight trip to the Pro Bowl. He was good enough to lead the Packers to a 13-3 record, the NFC’s No.2 seed and a trip to the conference title game last season.

At 36 years old, Rodgers is still better than most quarterbacks in the NFL. He’s also putting up stats that indicate he’s no longer in his prime or in the top tier of the league’s quarterbacks.

It’s been four years Green Bay’s star was a legitimate MVP candidate. Rodgers led the NFL with 40 touchdown passes in the 2016 season to go along with 4,428 passing yards, seven interceptions and a 104.2 passer rating.

That was the last time Rodgers finished a season with a triple-digit passer rating.

A broken collarbone limited Rodgers to seven starts and a 97.2 rating in 2017. He went 6-9-1 with a 97.6 passer rating as the Packers missed the playoffs in 2018. Rodgers’ 95.4 passer rating in 2019 was his second-lowest in an 11-season span.

Rodgers did have the NFL’s best interception rate for a second straight year in 2019, throwing a pick just 0.7% of the time. He was picked off four times, giving him six total interceptions over the last two seasons.

That’s the only stat in which Rodgers was a top-10 performer.

Rodgers was 11th with 4,002 passing yards and 12th in passer rating last season. With 7.0 yards per attempt, Rodgers ranked 16th among the 32 starters that qualified.

By completing just 62.0% of his passes, Rodgers set a new career-low as a starter. Twenty quarterbacks, including Mason Rudolph and Mitchell Trubisky, completed a higher percentage of their passes.

Throwing the ball away limited Rodgers’ turnovers, but he also missed opportunities for big plays that could’ve benefited Green Bay’s offense.

Davante Adams made his third straight Pro Bowl. The rest of Green Bay’s receiving corps is underwhelming, which is why it was such a surprise that the Packers traded up to draft a quarterback instead of a playmaker that could help Rodgers.

Green Bay had an average offense, at best, in 2019 by just about any measure. The Packers were 15th in points scored, 16th in yards per play and 18th in total yards.

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Aaron Rodgers, #12 of the Green Bay Packers, warms up before a game against the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field on December 30, 2018 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Dylan Buell/Getty Images