If you’re not tied to the Green Bay Packers in any way—be it player, coach, fan or cheese head vendor—then their quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the scariest thing in your life right now.
The only possible comparison on the scare meter is leaving the house and then realizing your phone is at 10 percent battery life. That’s how daunting the thought of defending Rodgers has become for opposing defenses.
And it’s been that way for a while.
Rodgers wasn’t unhinged to begin the season. He …