For Aaron Rodgers and a new breed of superstar, a dream job is no longer good enough
Last season, it seemed as if Rodgers was digging the collaboration with LaFleur. It seemed as if, perhaps, their success would be fulfilling. His performance was disciplined and spectacular. He threw 48 touchdown passes and just five interceptions, completed a career-high 70.7 percent of his passes and directed the NFL’s highest-scoring and most balanced offense.