Aaron Rodgers playing for the Packers against the Vikings on Sept. 11, 2022. Sep 11, 2022; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) reacts after throwing an interception against the Minnesota Vikings during the second quarter at U.S. Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports

Now that his season is over, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has a decision to make regarding his future, whether he’s going to return to the NFL next season or choose to retire. And while he has revealed that he’s not ready to make that decision yet, he has made it clear that he still thinks he’s capable of competing at a high level. But one NFL star thinks he might be focused on the wrong goal.

Aaron Rodgers recently revealed that he thinks he’s still capable of winning the NFL MVP. But former NFL star Rob Gronkowski seemed to take exception to those comments during an appearance on the Up & Adams show, suggesting that Rodgers should be worried about winning Super Bowls – an award that is given to the whole team – not MVP Awards, which are just individual accolades.

“I’m totally fine with everything he said except one major part and that’s the MVP,” Gronk explained “‘I think I could win another Super Bowl,’ and then that would have been totally fine. Like, bro, why are you thinking MVP? Don’t you want Super Bowls? Super Bowls are, I think, like five times greater than an MVP Award.”

Gronk goes on to explain that Rodgers’ focus on MVP awards left him “a little confused.”

“Like, we all know that you’ve won the MVP a few times now, but everyone would know even more how many Super Bowls you’ve won than MVPs,” Gronkowski said. “That’s why I’m just a little confused about that quote he just had. It should be Super Bowls. You should never be thinking about MVP when Super Bowls are twice better.”

Rodgers has won the league’s MVP award four different times in his career, but he only has one Super Bowl title.

[Up & Adams]