Who Should I Draft?

Russell Wilson or Aaron Rodgers

 
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  Aaron Rodgers
QB - GB
Aaron Rodgers
Russell Wilson
QB - SEA
Russell Wilson
 
 
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Fantasy Points 
    
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  Aaron Rodgers
QB - GB
Aaron Rodgers
Russell Wilson
QB - SEA
Russell Wilson
2018 Schedule 
Week 1 vs. CHI at DEN
Week 2 vs. MIN at CHI
Week 3 at WAS vs. DAL
Week 4 vs. BUF at ARI
Week 5 at DET vs. LAR
Week 6 vs. SF at OAK
Week 7BYE WEEKBYE WEEK
Week 8 at LAR at DET
Week 9 at NE vs. LAC
Week 10 vs. MIA at LAR
Week 11 at SEA vs. GB
Week 12 at MIN at CAR
Week 13 vs. ARI vs. SF
Week 14 vs. ATL vs. MIN
Week 15 at CHI at SF
Week 16 at NYJ vs. KC
Week 17 vs. DET vs. ARI
  Aaron Rodgers
QB - GB
Aaron Rodgers
Russell Wilson
QB - SEA
Russell Wilson
Passing
   
Pass Att588.6533.3
Pass Cmp377.9328.4
Pass Yards4,156.93,828.0
Pass TDs34.126.3
Ints9.012.3
   
Rushing
   
Rush Attempts58.990.4
Rush Yards321.0502.4
Rush TDs2.13.2
   
Misc
   
Fumbles1.92.0
   
Points
   
Fantasy Points325.4299.2
   
  Aaron Rodgers
QB - GB
Aaron Rodgers
Russell Wilson
QB - SEA
Russell Wilson
2017 Points 
Week 116.58.3
Week 218.515.3
Week 324.833.5
Week 423.127.6
Week 524.011.5
Week 60.7
Week 726.4
Week 835.1
Week 923.6
Week 1019.4
Week 1130.9
Week 1223.6
Week 1324.2
Week 1421.8
Week 1521.911.6
Week 1614.6
Week 1720.4
  Aaron Rodgers
QB - GB
Aaron Rodgers
Russell Wilson
QB - SEA
Russell Wilson
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Mike Tagliere
FantasyPros
The best in the game, period. By ranking him in the 30-40 range overall, I know that he's unlikely to fall to me in drafts, but that's because of how replaceable the position really is. The dip from Rodgers to someone like Matthew Stafford is typically four points per game, which is a much larger gap from someone like Melvin Gordon down to someone like Giovani Bernard. If Rodgers falls to the end of the third-round, that's when I'd start to consider him due to the consistency he provides at a very inconsistent position. Did you know that just five quarterbacks produced top-12 numbers in more than 50 percent of your starts? Rodgers has averaged 63.4 percent for his career.Once you get down to around the No. 50 overall pick, the sure things are gone, so why not take one of the elite players at his position? Wilson has now finished as a top-three quarterback in three of the last four seasons and has never fallen out of the top-12 quarterbacks in any of his six seasons. His defense is as bad as its ever been, which should force him to partake in some shootouts that never seemed to happen before. Despite the elite defense that was being played, Wilson has posted QB1 numbers in 47.9 percent of his games, including a career-high 68.8 percent of games in 2017. He offers safety and upside, which is rare at the position.
Bobby Sylvester
FantasyPros
No player at any position has spent more time as a top 10 VBD player over the last decade than Rodgers. If he is healthy, you are a virtual lock for the playoffs. If he isn't, you've merely wasted a 3rd round pick. You can say what you want about late-QBs, but the matter of the fact is that Rodgers provides more value than many RB1s more often than not.Wilson has been a top-three fantasy QB in three of the past four seasons. Even without weapons or an offensive line, he is a safe bet to deliver once again. With that said, the difference between him and Rodgers is substantial enough that you ought to wait several rounds to even consider Wilson.
Chet Gresham
WalterFootball
Rodgers remains the most consistent fantasy quarterback out there, and there really is no argument. Yes, you can argue why another quarterback could be the No. 1 fantasy quarterback this season, but Rodgers has a track record that no other player has, besides maybe Antonio Brown.Wilson has such great upside, even in games where he isn't at his best, that I find it hard to not rank him second at the moment. I would love to see the Seahawks add some receiving weapons and offensive linemen, but no matter what, Wilson gets the job done on many fronts.
Rich Piazza
Fantasy Shed
 The Seahawks didn't do much to improve that offensive line in free agency or the draft. Nick Vannett and Ed Dickson just don't get me excited, and the wide receiver group is more or less the same. However, his rushing ability gives him a significant boost in the rankings.
Andrew Gould
FantasyPros
There's no discount on Rodgers despite a broken collarbone limiting him to seven games last season. His 103.8 passing rating and 8.43 adjusted YPA both represent the highest marks of all time, so yeah, he's pretty good. Another injury is the only reason you'll truly regret grabbing him in the third or fourth round, but there's little reason to reach for Rodgers given the position's vast depth.Nobody amassed more standard fantasy points than Wilson, who notched a full three points per game more than QB runner-up Cam Newton. Although it's his first QB1 finish, he has cracked the top five three times and has never finished lower than 11 during his six-year career. Wilson's streak of attempting more passes every year is in jeopardy with Seattle poised to rediscover its rushing roots behind rookie Rashad Penny, but the Legion of Boom's demise may force the Seahawks into more shootouts. Wilson's legs (545.8 rushing yards per season), precision (2.0 career INT %) and durability (he has never missed a game) make him an elite contributor worth grabbing if everyone else is ignoring quarterbacks early.
Staff Rankings
QB List
Last season was a rough one for Aaron Rodgers as he was sidelined with injuries for a lot of the season. That being said, he's healthy now and I have no reason to believe he's going to have injury problems again all year (barring unforeseen events obviously). He's Aaron Rodgers and I expect him to put up Aaron Rodgers numbers, which translates to the best quarterback in fantasy football.Considering the fact that the Seahawks have one of the worst offensive lines in football, it's pretty amazing Russell Wilson had the season he had. That line isn't likely to be any different this season unfortunately, and while Duane Brown is a solid left tackle (the most important position on the line, in my opinion), he's also got to deal with having Ethan Pocic at the left guard position who is not good, as well as D.J. Fluker who's had some major problems in the pass blocking game. All that being said, Wilson is absurdly talented and is amazing at evading free rushers. Last year, his passer rating was actually better in a blitz than not (109.3 vs. 90.7). Considering his offensive line, that's just downright impressive. If he could put up the numbers he did last year with the line he had, I don't see any reason he can't do it again. I do have on concern though - last year no quarterback through the ball into contested red zone situations than Russell Wilson, and he was largely successful thanks to Jimmy Graham, finishing the year with 23 touchdown passes in the red zone (third-best in the league). Graham is gone now, and he's replaced by Ed Dickson, who's not even remotely as good as Graham, so I could see that detracting from Wilson's value.
Greg Smith
TwoQBs
Quarterbacks ranked for 2QB/Superflex 
Kevin Roberts
Breaking Football
A-Rod is still the GOAT. The #1 fantasy passer of 2016 was on a torrid pace before breaking his collarbone. Now he has Jimmy Graham and a chip on his shoulder. He could vie for the top spot again.Wilson was the top dog last year but he lost a red-zone beast and one of his top WRs. I still respect his upside and dual threat ability, but I'm not drafting him to be that same guy in 2018.
Jody Smith
FantasyPros
He'll enter the season 100% healthy and remains among the top signal-callers in football.Last year's top-ranked QB will be the first QB picked in plenty of leagues. Wilson may have to rely on his arm more this season, as Seattle's once-dominant defense looks to take a major step back.
Derek Lofland
Fantasy Football Maniax
I still think Rodgers can be an elite fantasy quarterback, he averaged 22.9 fantasy points per game and he should be 100% healthy in 2018. Durability is a big concern as he enters his mid 30s. Adding TE Jimmy Graham gives him a great red zone threat and losing WR Jordy Nelson is probably not a big deal, as Nelson appeared to have lost a step last year. Wilson averaged 25.7 fantasy points per game and he should still be the top player in this offense, even with a new offensive coordinator, Brian Schottenheimer. He did lose TE Jimmy Graham and WR Paul Richardson in free agency, but his ability to run the football still keeps him in the elite fantasy quarterback discussion.