Dilfer's lone super bowl season doesn't count as mold-breaking. With this said, we've seen a number of Tedford-bred quarterbacks come, and go in the NFL - except Rodgers. I remember watching Rodgers while he was at Cal, and he looked game-breaking, but there were certain Tedford-bred habits he was about to bring into the league. What do you think enabled him to finally break the mold of Joey Harrington, Akili Smith, Heath Shuler, et al? Do you think Mike McCarthy had something t odo with it, Rodgers's quarterback coach? Sitting behind Favre? I only find this interesting because McCarthy is someone I wouldn't consider a quarterback guru, at least history hasn't indicated such. Aaron Brooks was inconsistent at best, while Montana was approaching retirement. Do you think Rodgers was able to break the mold because of his personal makeup? I ask this because in Alex's first season, he had McCarthy as his coach. Do you think in that first year, the guy planted the right foundation for Alex? This isn't about excuse-making for Alex, but more so to figure out what propelled Rodgers out of that group of Tedford alumni.