By Dakota Mitchell, Packers Correspondent, Wed, Aug 6th 12:17pm EDT
"As good as he already is, you think it's kind of hard for him to get better," Cobb told USA TODAY Sports. "But with the way he prepared himself this off-season physically, I think his mental state is in a different world, in a different realm right now, and he's been killing it so far in training camp." (Source: USA Today
Fantasy Impact: Aaron Rodgers is already atop many draft boards, checking in as the #1 QB quite often. So news that he is getting better should quell any doubters that believe the 30 year-old might be rusty coming off an injury plagued season. The offense outside of Rodgers has improved with a powerful running game, loads of talent at WR and TE, and a much improved O-Line. But even if they aren't ready, Aaron is. "I feel great," Rodgers said. "I paid a lot of attention to my body and nutrition, yoga, flexibility and stuff this off-season in hopes of this being the halfway point of my career â€” playing nine (seasons) and trying to get nine more."