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Aaron Rodgers not first to struggle vs. Bills

by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/14/14) If you were fortunate enough to survive quarterback Aaron Rodgers' uncharacteristically poor performance Week 15 at Buffalo, know this: It was a one-time thing.

This wasn't a case of the Packers deciding they're better off running the ball more, as the Broncos have done. They lost 21-13 to the Bills, OK? Things clearly didn't go according to plan.

Of course, the Bills had something to do with that. Believe it or not, they've been one of the toughest matchups for quarterbacks this season. They've allowed only 14 touchdown passes while recording 19 interceptions, making them one of just two teams with more of the latter than the former.

Rodgers also didn't get as much help from his teammates as usual. Most notably, wide receiver Jordy Nelson had a couple drops, including what would have almost certainly been a 94-yard touchdown late in the third quarter. If the two connect on that one, we're not even having this conversation.

And then you just have the anomalous aspect of it. This was the first game over his entire career in which Rodgers had zero touchdown passes and two interceptions. He entered with only three interceptions all season.

Naturally, you'll want to keep him active for Week 16 at Tampa Bay.

Packers' Aaron Rodgers picked off twice, held under 200 yards vs. Bills

by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(12/14/14) Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers endured an abysmal performance as he was picked off twice and held out of the end zone in his team's 21-13 defeat to Buffalo in Week 15. He was held without a touchdown for the first time since Nov. 4, 2013 -- the game he broke his collarbone last season. His streak of five games without an interception also came to an end.

Rodgers was picked off twice by Bacarri Rambo -- once in each quarter of the second half. Rodgers compiled 185 yards through the air while completing 17 of 42 passes. He was held under 200 passing yards for the fourth time this season and finished with a season-low 34.3 passer rating.

Rodgers has 3,837 passing yards with 35 touchdowns and five interceptions. He'll look to get back on track come Week 16 at Tampa Bay.

Packers' Aaron Rodgers turns in strong performance Week 13

by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(11/30/14) Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers turned in a strong performance Week 13 against the Patriots. 

Rodgers completed 24 of 38 passes for 368 and two scores. Rodgers did not turn the ball over during the contest. Rodgers did find himself under duress a couple times, but was usually able to use his legs to buy himself some time. Rodgers was sacked three times, though, so he couldn't evade the Patriots all game. Still, it was tough to stop Rodgers. Two of his biggest plays wound up going for scores. In the first quarter, he found Richard Rodgers for a 32 yard strike. In the second quarter, he managed to connect with Jordy Nelson on a 45 yard touchdown. Rodgers also had 22 rushing yards. 

Rodgers will look for more Week 14 against the Falcons.

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers tosses two touchdowns

by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(11/23/14) Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers tossed two touchdowns Week 12 against the Vikings.

It was just an average game for the superstar quarterback. Rodgers completed 19 of 29 passes for 209 yards and two scores. He was effecient when throwing, averaging a strong 7.2 yards per completion. Rodgers did not turn the ball over during the contest. Both of Rodgers touchdowns came from within the 10 yard line. The first was actually from a yard out. Rodgers faked a handoff, and found tight end Richard Rodgers wide open in the corner of the end zone. On his second touchdown, Rodgers found Eddie Lacy from 10 yards out. Rodgers also had 34 rushing yards.

Rodgers will look for more Week 13 against the Patriots.

Aaron Rodgers not limited Monday

by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/3/14) Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who strained his hamstring Week 8 at New Orleans, "did everything" in Monday's practice, reports ESPN.com. Green Bay is coming off its bye and hosts the Bears on Sunday.
 
 
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