18. Aaron Rodgers
As of 2022, Rodgers only has a single Super Bowl ring to his name. That’s a shame because he is one of the top quarterbacks of the century. He won the NFL MVP award in 2020 after a great season with the Packers. While he doesn’t have the success of Tom Brady, he has the statistics. But his postseason record isn’t great and a case can be made that it’s rapidly getting worse.
Rodgers has a history of stinking in the NFC Championship game. He’s 1-3 in his four appearances in the conference final. According to The Big Lead, his QB rating from those four games is 78.0. This is far below his career average of 103.9. Ironically, his worst performance came in a game they won. If it wasn’t for Jay Cutler’s injury, the Packers may have lost.