The Packers quarterback was a runaway favorite for the NFC Offensive Player of the Week award after his performance, edging out the likes of Cam Newton, Jordan Matthews, Frank Gore and Dez Bryant. Rodgers finished the season with just five interceptions to 38 touchdowns, a career low interception rate of just one percent.
That's going to be hard to beat in the playoffs.
Over in the AFC, it was a running back stealing the show from Peyton Manning once again. Under coordinator Adam Gase, the Broncos have taken the last month to seriously bolster their credentials on the ground and C.J. Anderson proved it by racking up 107 yards from scrimmage and three rushing touchdowns against the Raiders.
Here's how the rest of the awards shook out: