By BOB McGINN
Every quarterback that’s ever played the game has had his statistics affected by opportunity, circumstance, supporting cast and everything else under the sun.
If a quarterback plays long enough, all those factors tend to even out and what likely emerges is the truth about a player.
Aaron Rodgers’ apologists can and do cite a million excuses why his numbers in the clutch are remarkably pedestrian for a player of his stature. According to Pro Football Reference, Rodgers is tied for 84th place in fourth-quarter comebacks with 13 and tied for 57th in game-winning drives with...
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