He was the best QB in the NFL last season, and he did a superb job of executing Mike McCarthy's system. With that said, Mike McCarthy's system is a permutation of the "West Coast" offense, which is about as user-friendly as you can get for a QB, and the WRs are perfect fits for the system as well. I've said before that the success of Green Bay's offense is equal parts Rodgers, his supporting cast, and the system, and I'm sticking by that assessment.
This is what I mean when I say that Rodgers has maxed out. He's not going to have 45 TD passes or a passer rating in the 120's every year. In fact, it wouldn't surprise me if he never does that again. But that doesn't mean he's in decline. He can still throw 35 TD passes and have a passer rating in the high 100's and be a damn good QB, and possibly lead the Packers to another Super Bowl championship or two.
Originally Posted by posner08
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"We're a game-plan offense, and we're going to try to tailor our strengths against their weaknesses."
-Todd Haley, current Steelers offensive coordinator
"We're not going to change what we do regardless of who our opponent is or who's injured."
-Bruce Arians, former Steelers offensive coordinator