GREEN BAY — No surprise here: Aaron Rodgers, the Green Bay Packers star, was ranked as the best quarterback in the NFC North.
Despite not having his best season, Rodgers scored an 89.7 ranking from Pro Football Focus.
Many Packers fans also will enjoy that Chicago's Mitchell Trubisky scored a 63.0, the worst in the division.
Minnesota Vikings QB Kirk Cousins led the division in touchdowns with 30 and completion percentage at 70.1. Trubisky led the division in interceptions with 12, one more than Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford.
Rodgers led the division with 4,442 total yards, had 24 touchdowns and two interceptions last season. Bears backup QB Chase Daniel, who started two games, had the same number of interceptions as Rodgers.