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Aaron Rodgers: Last Legend Standing

In the NFL’s glitzy arena, where legends once shined so bright,
Mannings, Bradys, they dazzled, every game, every night.
But like old rockstars, they faded, out of the limelight,
Except for Rodgers, still rocking, still up for the fight.

Brady took a bow, left the stage with a flair,
While others just ghosted, left their throne and their chair.
But Rodgers? He’s gritty, with that old-school glare,
Traded to the Jets, with swagger to spare.

At forty, he’s a relic, in this fresh-faced brigade,
Facing kids with their TikToks, and their millennial-grade.
Mahomes, Allen, Burrow, with their flashy parade,
But Rodgers is vintage, a blade that won’t fade.

New York’s chaos calls, a beast to be tamed,
In the city’s fierce spotlight, many have been maimed.
The young ones are sleek, with their stats so acclaimed,
But Rodgers is crafty, with his legacy aimed.

The league’s shifting gears, the old beasts nearly gone,
But Rodgers ain’t quitting, he’s still drawing the dawn.
While the rookies get likes, and their endorsements drawn,
Rodgers is plotting, with his old-school brawn.

Rodgers, the maestro, still won’t take a knee,
May he hustle, may he school, these young MVPs.
When the season wraps, one thing’s clear to see,
Rodgers, the maestro, is still the QB MVP.

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