Best Football Player (1/17)

Two of the NFL’s best football players, Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers, have both recently changed to a mostly vegan diet, as have the world’s top tennis players and weightlifters.

In fact, many of the world’s greatest athletes, thinkers, and doctors understand the extraordinary benefits of a mostly raw vegan diet. Also, note the vegan diet investments by Tom Brady (Purple Carrot)  and Novak Djokovic (Eqvita).

Note, this blog was posted prior to Brady’s legendary Super Bowl comeback.

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Is Aaron Rodgers the best football player on the planet?

1/15/17

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers just lit up the Dallas Cowboys for 356 yards, two touchdowns, clutch throw after clutch throw, and an upset win in one of the most thrilling NFL playoff games ever.

We asked nine ESPN.com NFL writers a simple question:

Is Rodgers the best football player on the planet?

Here are their answers:

Matt Bowen, NFL writer: Yes, Rodgers is unique, a quarterback who takes over critical moments with his enormous and versatile skill set at the position. And that elevates the play of everyone around him.

John Clayton, senior NFL writer: When the Packers were 4-6, Rodgers looked human and coach Mike McCarthy had to defend his quarterback. Now, the football gods have blessed Rodgers with an incredible run, and he’s the baddest man on the planet — which fits someone with three Hail Mary completions over the past year and change.

 Dan Graziano, national NFL Insider: Yes, because he’s the best at so many things. He’s the most accurate, the most clutch, the most confident, the most calm player at the most important position, superior at the shortest passes as well as the longest (Hail Mary) and delivering right now in the biggest games against the best opponents.

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