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Aaron Rodgers has changed Authentic Dorial Green-Beckham Youth Jersey his diet to maximize his longevity, and Packers coach Mike McCarthy believes his quarterback can play into his 40s. But how long can the 33-year-old maintain the level he was at last season, when he contended for another MVP award? ESPN's NFC North reporters weigh in. Jeff Dickerson, ESPN’s Chicago Bears reporter: Six or seven years at least. Rodgers turns 34 next season, but http://www.philadelphiaeaglesauthorized … rsey-elite remember, he spent his first three years behind Brett Favre. Rodgers is technically entering his 13th NFL season, but he has fewer miles on his body. Last year, Rodgers passed for 4,428 yards, 40 touchdowns and 7 interceptions in the regular season. In the playoffs, Rodgers threw nine touchdown passes. Translation: There has been zero drop-off in his performance. As Donovan Smith Authentic Jersey long as Green Bay’s pass-protection holds up, Rodgers can play at an elite level well into his 40s -- if he wants to stick around that long. Ben Goessling, ESPN’s Minnesota Vikings reporter: Rodgers has talked about Tom Brady as a role model for how to take care of himself in his mid-to-late 30s, and he has emulated some of Brady's dietary habits now that he's closer to 35 than to 30. If he's able to avoid major injuries, there's no reason to think he can't play at the same level at age 38 or 39 that Brady has. Rodgers' mobility is such a big part of his game that it will be interesting to see how he adapts if and when he's not able to extend plays and outrun defenders the way he does now. But his arm strength and intellect might be the best of any quarterback in the game, and those qualities will serve Rodgers well into his late 30s. If he chooses to follow Brady's path, he http://www.tampabaybuccaneersauthorized … rsey-elite can. Now, the question is, while Brady has five rings, can Rodgers get more than one? Michael Rothstein, ESPN’s Detroit Lions reporter: There’s no reason to think Rodgers can’t keep this up for the next five to six years as long as he stays healthy. Rodgers takes fantastic care of himself, and using Brady and Drew Brees as examples, Rodgers should be able to equal their successes into their late 30s. Brady was second in the league in QBR last season, Brees was fifth. Rodgers, meanwhile, was fourth. He has consistently been a 65 percent passer throughout his career, and he has been a consummate leader. He should be able to play this way well into the next decade. The thing to watch will be his feet and his movement, though. As long as he’s able to still deftly avoid pressure, he’ll be fine. You can't win if you don't play. That rule applies to many situations, but it really hits home for NFL draft picks, as they can't prove their worth to their teams if they are not on the field. So which players are the most likely to be given the opportunity Authentic Buster Skrine Womens Jersey to showcase their value by getting a high percentage of on-field snaps in the 2017 season? To find out, I took a look at a wide variety of snap-count metrics to project the 2017 on-field snap rates for every first-round draft pick. These numbers are based on a number of factors, including the volume of available positional snaps on the teams they are joining and the players' historical snap volumes in college. These percentages detail the expected snap rate a player will contribute to his primary platoon and don't take into account special-teams or switch-platoon snaps. Matt Bowen, NFL writer: Von Miller is the top pass-rusher in the NFL based off the consistent havoc he creates on tape. He shows the ideal blend of acceleration off the line, technique (hands) and the ability to convert speed to power. While J.J. Watt is a very close second in this discussion, and Khalil Mack is continuing to develop his enormous skill set on the edge, Miller impacts opposing offenses more than any other pass-rusher in the league. You'd better have a plan to limit Miller or http://www.jetsshopnfl.com/buster-skrin … c-451.html he will take over the game. Dan Graziano, NFL Insider: I'll go with Miller over Watt, just because Watt is coming off injuries, and we don't know yet how close he'll be to what he was before. Miller's consistency -- especially for a guy who can drop into coverage, play the run and handle other assignments at a high level -- gets overlooked sometimes because he has played so well for so long. Offensive coordinators spend their weeks designing protection schemes to try to keep Miller from destroying the game. KC Joyner, NFL Insider: Over the past four seasons, only six defensive linemen have posted a 3.0 or higher disrupted dropback percentage, which measures how often a defender registers a sack, interception, batted pass or pass defensed on a per-snap basis. Watt is the only player to have done this on multiple occasions in this time frame, posting that mark in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Assuming he hasn't lost any speed because of last year's back injury, Watt is hands down the NFL's best pass-rusher.

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