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09/30/2014Patriots , TQB NE
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09/26/2014Terrance West, RB CLE
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Relax is right for Aaron Rodgers
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/28/14) Aaron Rodgers' message to those who were beginning to doubt both him and the Packers offense after a 19-7 loss in Week 3 was simply relax.

Guess he knew what he was talking about.

If you own him in Fantasy, his four-touchdown performance Week 4 at the Bears should bring you some relief. The Bears had been OK against the pass coming into the game, in part because they faced the Bills and the Jets in two of their first three games, but their shortcomings on the defensive side of the ball were evident. And Rodgers torched them, just like he did the Jets in Week 2.

The Lions weren't known as a standout defensive team prior to facing Rodgers, but they had another dandy of a performance Week 4 at the Jets, making them 4 for 4 in containing the pass this season. I'm thinking they were more the reason for Rodgers' struggles in Week 3 than Rodgers himself. And of course, we halfway expected Rodgers to struggle at Seattle in Week 1. Everyone not wearing a Seahawks uniform struggles there.

Rodgers is fine. He remains a stud quarterback in Fantasy and should be at his studliest Week 5 against Minnesota.

Stay the course with Aaron Rodgers
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/25/14) You may be tempted to bench quarterback Aaron Rodgers in Fantasy after two of his first three games were duds, but that would make me sad.

It would make Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard sad, too, judging by their rankings for Week 4. Both have Rodgers either first or second at quarterback. No lie.

The crux of the frustration is that nobody really knows what the Lions defense is just yet. We halfway expected Rodgers to stink Week 1 at Seattle, but that was against a Super Bowl champion at a venue legendary for its difficulty. The Lions are just ... the Lions.

But they're also the team that intercepted Eli Manning twice in Week 1, limiting him to just 163 yards. They're also team that took down Cam Newton four times in Week 2 and that's allowed the fourth-fewest Fantasy points to quarterbacks this season. Individually, those accomplishments count for little, but put them all together, culminating in Rodgers' Week 3 performance, and they begin to mean something.

So if you operate under the premise that Rodgers struggled against two of the league's toughest pass defenses and thrived against one of its most ordinary, you should like his chances in the weeks to come.

And that makes him a perfect buy-low right now.

Aaron Rodgers held in check Week 3
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/21/14) Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was held in check Week 3 against the Lions.

Rodgers completed 16 of 27 passes for 162 yards and a score. Detroit did a great job limiting Rodgers' big play ability. He averaged just 6.0 yards per attempt during the contest. The Lions also kept Rodgers from making plays with his legs. He did not attempt a rush all game. Rodgers was also hurt a bit by drops, as the Packers couldn't seem to haul in a couple passes during the game. 

Rodgers will be rebound Week 4 against the Bears. 

Aaron Rodgers held in check by Seattle Week 1
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/5/14) Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was limited to just one touchdown Thursday against the Seahawks.

Rodgers completed 23 of 33 passes for 189 yards and one touchdown. He also threw one interception during the outing. Seattle did a great job limiting the big play against Rodgers. He completed just one pass over 20 yards. Rodgers also didn’t have a ton of time to throw. Lineman Bryan Bulaga left the game early, forcing Rodgers to make decisions quickly. He was sacked three times, losing a fumble on one of those plays. Aside from a big offensive pass interference play, the Packers were mostly held in check throughout the game. 

Rodgers will take on the Jets Week 2.

Aaron Rodgers taking on a tough task Week 1
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/2/14) Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has his work cut out for him Week 1 against the Seahawks.

Rodgers entered the season as one of the top Fantasy options at quarterback, but will take on the best defense in the league. Last season, Seattle held Fantasy quarterbacks to just 10.89 points per game. That was the lowest rate in the league. The Seahawks DST ranked tops in the league in limiting points and yards last year. On top of that, the team forced the most turnovers.

While Seattle lost three members of the defensive line during the offseason, the club is still expected to have one of NFL’s best defenses. If Seattle struggles to get to Rodgers, that could open things up for the Packers offense.

Given the cost to acquire Rodgers, in a snake or auction draft, he’s probably going to start for most Fantasy teams despite his tough Week 1 matchup. While there are better quarterback options for this week, Rodgers still has a strong potential for dominance. He’s healthy and still has a bevy of weapons at his disposal. It might not be Rodgers best game of the season, but he’s shown that he can put up numbers against even the best defensive clubs.

 
 
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