Aaron Rodgers
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Coach Esser | Sep 4th
Rodgers got back Jordy (Scratch that-as a knee injury means Jordy is out for the year) and Cobb this off-season and they are talking up a big improvement from Adams. Rodgers puts up great numbers without having to throw it around at historic rates. Gotta love him for that and the added scramble yardage. Now Rodgers will have to work his magic on Jeff Janis and Ty Montgomery to keep his spot in this tier. I think he can, but there's a bigger gap between he and Luck now.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Sep 4th
Rodgers is going to be the main competition for Luck being the top fantasy quarterback and he is coming off a MVP season where he threw for 4,381 yards and 38 passing touchdowns. Retaining WR Randall Cobb and T Bryan Bulaga was a major win for Rodgers and the Packers offense.
Breaking Football | Sep 3rd
Rodgers is still my top dog. Losing Jordy hurts but the Packers have terrific depth at WR and A-Rod is still what makes this offense go
Yahoo! Sports | Sep 3rd
Top 2 in FAN PPG at QB in every full season he's played since becoming a starter in '08 (which is all of them save injury-shortened'13, when he finished 3rd in FAN PPG in his 8 full games)
Fantasy Couch | Sep 2nd
Tier 1 QB without as much risk
FFLockerRoom | Sep 2nd
Rodgers comes into this season with perhaps the most prolific offensive unit he's ever been a part of. One more giant mark in the pro column is that his offensive line has quietly become one of the better units in the league.
WalterFootball | Sep 2nd
He could easily be the #1 fantasy quarterback again this season, but I think we've seen his upside whereas Andrew Luck could still get better and has slightly more upside for fantasy. Either of course are worthy #1 quarterback picks.
The NY Times | Sep 2nd
The NFL's reigning MVP has failed to crack the top 2 at his position just twice in his career.
Breaking Football | Sep 1st
Honestly, I wasn’t going to do a piece on Aaron Rodgers this year. Because he’s Aaron Rodgers. He needs to introduction, and he surely needs…
RotoBaller | Sep 1st
There are two schools of thought when it comes to drafting a quarterback in fantasy football drafts. One strategy is to grab one of the top-notch passers early like Aaron Rodgers or Andrew Luck, giving you an automatic advantage at a key position. The other, more common philosophy, is to wait on QB entirely considering... Read More
FFLockerRoom | Aug 31st
Losing Jordy Nelson has me slightly worried. Just enough that I would rather have Andrew Luck at this point. Splitting hairs but I'm going with the Colt.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 29th
He is a top target and should be drafted, 4,000+ yards and nearly 40 TDs for 2015.
Razzball | Aug 28th
As promised, I have completed my homework for this year's upcoming auctions and am back to share the results. In part 3 of my "Points Per Dollar" series (Part 1, Part 2), I have put together my 2015 projections, converted them to fantasy points and compared each player against his current going auction value. For this data I have gathered the results of thousands of completed 2015 auctio...
The Fantasy Fix | Aug 25th
If you are like me, once Aaron Rodgers and Andrew Luck are off the board, QB takes a back seat to WR and RB in the first few rounds of the draft. Then when you look up around the 5th or 6th round you have some decent options under center,
Yahoo! Sports | Jul 31st
With the fantasy football draft season here, you'll want to be prepared when you're on the clock. Brad Evans has three tips to help you build a winning team. [Yahoo Sports Fantasy Football: Sign up and join a league today!]The early part of the draft is about limiting your risk, so target players with a high floor and not a high ceiling. Quarterback could come into play earlier than normal with A...