That's reserved for JJ Watt. Winning and having top 5 defense is not a qualification for him. All is needed is a lowlight of him doing ordinary things on ESPN and a final box score of Houston 3, other team 48.
When Rodgers starts catching his own balls and averaging over 100 yards rushing then he's the best player in football. In the meantime he's just another player who depends on other players' skill set to succeed.
You can do things like that when you have a franchise QB, whom on most days is also your best RB. Otherwise, talent at every level of the field is the best way to win in any sport. You need receivers that can turn those 5 yard throws by Rodgers and Brady into 15 yards gain so articles can be written about them with Michael Jordan's name in it.
Great thing about being 4-0 is it take a lot of suckitude to go 0-4. On the down side, ATL doesn't seem to wanna lose. And then again, doesn't seem like the NFC East and West will send 2 teams to the playoffs.