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Aaron Rodgers Trivia Questions and Answers

Who is Aaron Rodgers?
A: He is a quarterback for the Green Bay Packers.

On what date was Aaron born?
A: December 2, 1983.

Where was Rodgers born?
A: In Chico in Butte County, California.

He is the son of whom?
A: Darla Leigh and Edward Wesley Rodgers.

Aaron's father is a what?
A: Texas-born chiropractor who played football as an offensive lineman for California State University, Chico, from 1973 to 1976.

Brett's ancestry includes what?
A: English, Irish and German.

Where did Aaron attend elementary school?
A: Oak Manor Elementary School.


What did Edward Rodgers tell his sons Luke, Aaron and Jordan?
A: He told them not to drink and not to party in college or they would limit themselves in sports like he did.

At the age of ten, Aaron was featured on the front page of the Ukiah Daily Journal for his top performance at a what?
A: A local basketball free throw competition.

Where did Aaron attend high school?
A: Pleasant Valley High School.

At Pleasant Valley he started for two years at quarterback and garnered how many passing yards?
A: 4,421.

He set single-game records of how many touchdowns?
A: Six, and 440 all-purpose yards.

Rodgers also set a single-season school record with how many total yards in 2001?
A: 2,466.

After one year at Butte Community College, Aaron received an athletic scholarship to attend what school?
A: The University of California, Berkeley.


Rodgers played for what football team from 2003 to 2004?
A: The California Golden Bears.

Despite his record-setting statistics, Rodgers attracted little interest from whom?
A: Division I programs.

Rodgers was recruited to play football at what school?
A:  Butte Community College in Oroville, a junior college about 15 miles (25 km) southeast of Chico.

Rodgers threw how many touchdowns in his freshman season?
A: 26.

Aaron led Butte to a 10–1 record, the NorCal Conference championship, and what national ranking?
A: A No. 2 national ranking.

As a junior college transfer, Rodgers had how many years of eligibility at Cal?
A: Three.

He was named the starting quarterback in what game of the 2003 season?
A: The fifth.


As a sophomore, he helped lead the Golden Bears to what record?
A: A 7–3 record.

In 2003, Rodgers tied the school season record for 300-yard games with how many?
A: 5.

He also set a school record for the lowest percentage of passes intercepted at what percentage?
A: 1.43%.

Rodgers decided to forgo his senior season to enter what?
A: The 2005 NFL Draft.

After backing up Brett Favre for the first three years of his NFL career, Rodgers became the Green Bay Packers' starting quarterback in what year?
A: 2008.

Aaron led them to a victory in what Super Bowl?
A: Super Bowl XLV after the 2010 NFL season.

Rodgers was also named what?
A: Super Bowl MVP.


What was Aaron named in 2011 by Associated Press?
A:  Athlete of the Year.

He was voted league MVP for NFL season?
A: The 2011 NFL season.

 Rodgers has led the NFL in what three years in touchdown-to-interception ratio?
A: 2011, 2012, 2014.

Rodgers is currently the only quarterback to have a career passer rating of over what?
A: 100.0 in the regular season.