|ADP:||Round: 7, Pick: 12|
|Team:||Green Bay Packers|
|Ht / Wt:||6'2" / 225 lb.|
|Born:||December 2, 1983|
|Drafted:||2005 / Rd. 1 (24)|
Rodgers completed 23 of 34 pass attempts for 283 yards and four touchdowns in Week 7 against the Texans.
Analysis: Rodgers led the Packers to four touchdowns on their first six possessions, throwing for a score on each occasion. He connected with Davante Adams for a 45-yard score late in the third quarter, but otherwise worked the team steadily down the field for three scores within the five-yard line. It was a much more characteristic performance for Rodgers, who struggled in a Week 6 matchup against Tampa Bay. He and Green Bay will take on the Vikings in another exploitable matchup in Week 8.
Rodgers completed 16 of 35 pass attempts for 160 yards and a pair of interceptions while adding 14 yards on two carries during Sunday's 38-10 loss to the Buccaneers.
Analysis: Rodgers completed eight of his first 12 passes while leading a pair of scoring drives to start the game, but he fell on hard times soon after. He threw a pick-six on the third drive of the game which he followed up with another interception and never looked right the rest of the way as he finished with a dismal 46-percent completion rate. Rodgers, who was also sacked four times, came into this one with a stellar13:0 TD:INT and will have a chance to bounce back next Sunday against the Texans.
Rodgers completed 27 of 33 passes for 327 yards and four touchdowns in Monday night's 30-16 win over the Falcons.
Analysis: Rodgers continued his superb start to the season without his top two wideouts, Davante Adams (hamstring) and Allen Lazard (abdomen). With them sidelined, Green Bay featured tailbacks Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams prominently in the passing game, with Jones catching Rodgers' first touchdown, but it was tight end Robert Tonyan who stole the show. The little-known pass-catcher was on the receiving end of each of Rodgers' other three touchdowns, resulting in another high-scoring showing from the Packers. With Rodgers leading the way, he's now accumulated 13 touchdowns versus zero interceptions through four outings. Clearly firing on all cylinders heading into the bye week, Rodgers will be full of confidence while also anticipating Adams' return for when the team reconvenes ahead of Week 6's showdown against Tom Brady and the Buccaneers.
Rodgers completed 21 of 32 pass attempts for 283 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's 37-30 win over the Saints.
Analysis: Rodgers was in vintage form under the bright lights, picking apart a Saints defense that is no slouch against opposing quarterbacks. The 36-year-old has thrown nine touchdowns while committing no turnovers through the first three games of the season. His 8.4 yards per attempt is the highest it has been since his 2014 MVP campaign. Injuries and Father Time seemed to have Rodgers on a gradual decline over the past few seasons, but the future Hall of Famer looks healthy and comfortable in his second season under Matt LaFleur. Consider Rodgers a premium fantasy option heading into a favorable Week 4 matchup against Atlanta next Monday, especially if Davante Adams (hamstring) is able to return to action.
Rodgers completed 18 of 30 passes for 240 yards and two touchdowns while adding two carries for 12 yards in Sunday's 42-21 win over the Lions.
Analysis: Rodgers helped his team dig out of a 14-3 hole with a seven-yard touchdown to Aaron Jones followed by an 11-yard score to Robert Tonyan to take a 17-14 lead into halftime, then Jones and the defense took over in the second half. With Green Bay dominating on the ground, Rodgers' numbers took a step back after he threw for 364 yards and four touchdowns in the season opener. The veteran quarterback's week-to-week contributions will vary due to Green Bay's reliance on the ground game, but he's at the helm of an offense that's averaging 42.5 points per game. Up next is a Week 3 trip to New Orleans for a heavyweight battle on Sunday Night Football, and Rodgers could be without top receiver Davante Adams, who exited early with a hamstring injury.
Rodgers completed 32 of 44 passes for 364 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions in the Packers' 43-34 win over the Vikings on Sunday. He also rushed once for two yards.
Analysis: The perennial Pro Bowler was in pristine, vintage form to kick off the new campaign, shrugging off the lack of a consistent No. 2 receiver and proven reliable primary tight end to repeatedly eviscerate the Vikings secondary. Rodgers connected with seven different members of the passing game, and the majority of his attention unsurprisingly focused on Davante Adams, whom he hit on 14 occasions for 156 yards and two touchdowns. Rodgers was impressively able to do damage at varying depths of target as well, as his scoring tosses came from 24, 45, one and four yards. With this outstanding performance under his belt, Rodgers will take on the challenge of putting together a fitting encore when he and the Packers face off with another NFC North rival in the Lions at Lambeau Field in Week 2 next Sunday.
Rodgers has looked like his usual self during Packers training camp, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Rodgers may not have the receivers of yore, but if his on-field play of late is any indication he hasn't lost a step. At Sunday's practice in particular, he connected with Davante Adams and Jake Kumerow on back-to-back 40-plus-yard touchdowns before closing the session with a two-minute drill that concluded with a successful 47-yard field goal by Mason Crosby. Due to the makeup of the skill-position ranks, the Packers may run more than ever for a Rodgers-led squad with Aaron Jones, Jamaal Williams and rookie second-round pick AJ Dillon composing the backfield. Still, the aforementioned Adams is on board, Allen Lazard came on strong last year as the No. 2 WR, and a variety of young talent otherwise populates the wide receiver and tight end ranks.
Talking to the media late Thursday night, Packers GM Brian Gutekunst said he hadn't spoken with Rodgers about the team's decision to use a first-round pick on fellow quarterback Jordan Love, Olivia Reiner of The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Analysis: Rodgers likely was hoping for a draft pick that would help him win games in 2020. Instead, he saw the Packers draft his potential successor at No. 26 overall, though Gutekunst believes it's too early to say that Love will eventually replace Rodgers, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports. There's an obvious disconnect between the words and the actions, so this should be a ongoing storyline throughout spring and summer. Rodgers has four seasons remaining on his contract, and while the deal technically doesn't contain any guaranteed money beyond 2020, the fact that his compensation has largely come in the form of bonuses means a trade or release before 2023 would leave Green Bay with a big dead-cap hit.
Rodgers completed 31 of 39 passes for 326 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions during the Packers' 37-20 loss to the 49ers in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.
Analysis: Rodgers' final numbers were more than acceptable from a fantasy perspective, but they were largely the byproduct of a game script that called for the Packers to consistently put the ball up throughout the second half in response to a 27-0 halftime deficit. The future Hall of Famer's best throw of the day came on a game-long 65-yard completion to Davante Adams in the fourth quarter, and he also had a 42-yard connection with Jimmy Graham that put Green Bay within inches of the goal line. Otherwise, Rodgers made do with the thin receiving corps he was saddled with this past regular season, one that had no consistently viable second option behind Adams. Despite the disappointing conclusion to the season and personnel-related shortcomings, Rodgers generated a stellar 26:4 TD:INT and just managed to eclipse the 4,000-yard mark (4,002) for the second consecutive campaign. He'll look to lead the Packers back to the postseason in 2020 while working with what should be revamped pass-catching arsenal.
Rodgers completed 16 of 27 pass attempts for 243 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 28-23 win over the Seahawks.
Analysis: Rodgers completed just 59 percent of his pass attempts, but he averaged a healthy 9.0 yards per attempt thanks to some big gains through the air. The majority of his damage was done when targeting Davante Adams, who piled up 160 yards while reaching the end zone in the first and third quarters. Rodgers could be busier in next week's NFC Championship game against the 49ers, but he could face a tough task against one of the league's best defensive units.
Rodgers completed 27 of 55 pass attempts for 323 yards, two touchdowns and one interception in the team's Week 17 victory over Detroit.
Analysis: Rodgers and the Packers got off to a slow start, falling behind the Lions by a score of 17-3. However, he threw for 233 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the second half to earn a dramatic, last-second win. Though Rodgers appears unlikely to ever replicate his 40-touchdown campaigns, he closed the regular season with a pristine 26:4 TD:INT ratio and surpassed 4,000 passing yards for the third time in his last four seasons. Beyond individual statistics, he also led the Packers to the second seed in the NFC, giving them a bye on wild-card weekend.
Rodgers completed 26 of 40 passes for 216 yards with no touchdowns and one interception in the Packers' 23-10 win over the Vikings on Monday night. He also netted minus-3 yards on his three rushes and completed a two-point conversion pass.
Analysis: Rodgers had another underwhelming night from a fantasy perspective, but of overriding importance was the fact he helped the Packers clinch the NFC North crown and remain alive for the NFC's No. 1 seed in the process. Rodgers did fail to throw a touchdown pass for the third time in 2019 -- although he did have a scoring throw in the form of a two-point conversion pass to Geronimo Allison -- but he extended his interception-less streak to nine games despite a season-low 48.5 completion percentage. Rodgers will now look to help Green Bay do its part to remain alive for the top slotting in the conference in an early-window Week 17 divisional matchup against the Lions.
Rodgers completed 16 of 33 pass attempts for 203 yards and one touchdown Sunday against the Bears. He also gained 23 yards on three carries in the 21-13 win.
Analysis: Rodgers struggled mightily as he completed less than half his passes and finished averaging 6.2 yards per attempt. He connected early and often with Davante Adams, including a 29-yard touchdown connection in the first quarter, but he played the role of game manager for much of the afternoon. This poor effort comes on the heels of a similar performance last week, and Rodgers has now failed to top the 250-yard mark for six straight games. The Vikings have been vulnerable in the secondary of late, so Rodgers could have a chance to bounce back in next Monday's matchup.
Rodgers completed 18 of 28 passes for 195 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions in the Packers' 20-15 win over the Redskins on Sunday. He also rushed five times for 16 yards and lost a fumble.
Analysis: Rodgers got his day off to a strong start before cooling off, and Aaron Jones ultimately was as responsible for helping keep the chains moving with 134 rushing yards and a team-high 58 more through the air. The perennial Pro Bowler averaged a relatively modest 7.0 yards per attempt and took four sacks from an aggressive Redskins front. Rodgers has now been under 200 yards in two of his last three games and three of his last five overall, and he'll look to boost his numbers back up against the Bears in Week 15.
Rodgers completed 21 of 33 passes for 243 yards and four touchdowns during Sunday's 31-13 win over the Giants. He added 24 yards on three carries.
Analysis: The field was covered in snow in the Meadowlands and so conventional wisdom might have leaned toward a ground-and-pound game. Rodgers and the Packers went against that early with two passing touchdowns on the team's first two drives, including a deep 37-yard shot to Allen Lazard off of play action. The two touchdowns were as many as Rodgers had mustered in his previous three contests combined. The veteran passer has been inconsistent in his production under head coach Matt LaFleur's new system, with four games of under 225 yards and six games with one or no touchdowns. Sunday showed, however, that he's still capable of top-level outputs and gets another favorable matchup against Washington Sunday.
Rodgers completed 20 of 33 pass attempts for 104 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 37-8 loss to San Francisco.
Analysis: The 49ers' defensive line overwhelmed the Packers' front, constantly pressuring Rodgers and forcing the quarterback to resort to dump-off passes or run the risk of being sacked (five sacks). The elite arm picked up midseason steam against some soft opponents, but has come back down to earth against three tough pass defenses (166.0 passing yards and two total touchdowns over the last three weeks). Rodgers' fantasy owners will be pleased to see two soft opponents (New York Giants and Washington Redskins) on tap for Weeks 13 and 14 respectively.
Rodgers (knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Raiders, but Davante Adams (toe) has been ruled out and Geronimo Allison (concussion/chest) is listed as doubtful, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: As if that weren't bad enough, Marquez Valdes-Scantling (knee/ankle) is listed as questionable, heading toward a game-time decision. The Packers at least managed to get Jimmy Graham (ankle) off the injury report, giving Rodgers one of his regular pass catchers for Sunday's matchup with the Raiders.
Rodgers (knee) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Rodgers seems to be following his regimen from a week ago, when he was limited on every injury report but subsequently entered the weekend without a designation. If he does so this week, he has a prime matchup to produce Sunday against a Raiders defense that has conceded 11 touchdown passes to signal-callers through five games. On the other hand, it's unclear who Rodgers will be throwing to, as Davante Adams (toe), Marquez Valdes-Scantling (ankle/knee), Geronimo Allison (concussion), Jimmy Graham (ankle) and Robert Tonyan (hip) all were held out of practice Thursday.
Rodgers (knee) was listed as limited on Wednesday's estimated injury report, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Rodgers got the LP treatment on all three of the Packers' Week 6 practice reports, only to shed his injury designation upon the release of the final one. The very same regimen may extend throughout this week as well as he prepares for Sunday's matchup with the Raiders' 22nd-ranked pass defense (263.6 yards per game).
Rodgers completed 24 of 39 passes for 283 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in Monday night's 23-22 win over the Lions.
Analysis: Rodgers led the Packers back from down nine points in the fourth quarter, with his comeback effort highlighted by an absolutely perfectly placed 35-yard touchdown to Allen Lazard to cut the deficit to two. That came after he endured a number of frustrating drops earlier from his pass-catching targets, which were decimated by Davante Adams (toe) not playing and Geromino Allison (concussion) and Marquez Valdes-Scantling both exiting at various points. In fact, Rodgers' lone interception came after the ball hit Darrius Shepard square in the face near the goal line and subsequently bounced up and into an opponent's hands. Overall, it once again wasn't a vintage Rodgers stat line, but his performance in pooling together an unfamiliar and inconsistent cast ultimately helped move Green Bay to 5-1 ahead of their upcoming visit from the Raiders.
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