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Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Bounces back with 300-yard effort Thursday

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(10/20/16) Rodgers completed 39 of 56 passes for 326 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in Thursday's 26-10 victory over the Bears. He also gained seven yards on two rushes and lost a fumble.

For at least one night. Rodgers was able to put forth the type of performance that will help silence some of his recent critics. Granted, his impressive yardage was the product of an atypical and unsustainable 56 throws, meaning the All-Pro signal-caller averaged only 5.8 yards per attempt. However, given the makeshift condition of the Packers' backfield, Rodgers responded to having a heavier-than-usual workload placed on his shoulders by finding Davante Adams for a whopping 13 receptions and a pair of touchdowns and Randall Cobb for another 11 catches for 95 yards and a score. Factoring in Ty Montgomery's 10 grabs, Rodgers targeted the trio a total of 44 times, completing 34 of those passes. Surprisingly, Jordy Nelson only saw four looks from Rodgers, as he focused on a short-to-intermediate passing game that worked to near perfection. While Thursday's path to a win was fairly unorthodox from a passing game perspective, Rodgers will try to build on his positive momentum when he and the Packers take on the Falcons in a Week 8 showdown.

Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Hurt by turnovers in loss to Cowboys

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(10/17/16) Rodgers completed 31 of 42 pass attempts for 294 yards, a touchdown and an interception in Sunday's game against the Cowboys. He also lost a fumble in the 30-16 loss.

Rodgers was quite efficient and tossed for a season-high in yardage, but two turnovers-- a fumble at the opponent's four-yard line and an interception near midfield-- proved to be crucial to the outcome of the game. He has struggled to consistently produce numbers this season that are comparable to those that have made him a fantasy force over the last several years and will look to break out next week versus the division-rival Bears.

Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Makes up for poor efficiency with volume

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(10/10/16) Rodgers completed 23 of 45 passes for 259 yards, with two touchdowns, two interceptions and 17 rushing yards in Sunday's 23-16 win over the Giants.

Rodgers turned in a rare inefficient home performance against a solid Big Blue defense, but he still managed a decent fantasy outing thanks to his team's dominance of possession. He was unusually out of sync with top receiver Jordy Nelson, who caught just four passes for 38 yards and a touchdown on a team-high 13 targets. While yet to turn in a true clunker, Rodgers also hasn't had any of the huge games that were so frequent prior to last season. Even last week's four-touchdown outing wasn't overwhelming from a fantasy standpoint, as he only threw for 205 yards, limited by a lack of second-half volume. Rodgers has mostly come through for his team when needed most, but it's impossible not to worry about his sub-60 completion percentage and sub-7.0 YPA. It can no longer be assumed that it's merely a matter of time before he starts to put up the kind of elite numbers that were taken for granted from 2011 to 2014. However, it also isn't out of the question, and he will be back at Lambeau Field the next two weeks, first facing the Cowboys and then taking on the Bears.

Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Throws for four touchdowns against Lions

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(9/25/16) Rodgers completed 15-of-24 passes for 205 yards and four touchdowns and added five rushes for 22 yards in Sunday's 34-27 over the Lions.

Rodgers and the Packers got exactly the start they needed Sunday, scoring touchdowns on four of their first five drives. All of them were passing touchdowns, and the offense seemed to be in the groove that has come to be expected from a Rodgers-led offense. The star quarterback hooked up with Jordy Nelson twice in the first half and the two looked to be very much on the same page. The second half was a different story, as Rodgers attempted only six passes after halftime, completing three of them for 31 yards. Still, it was an encouraging performance from the quarterback after a poor Week 2 effort in Minnesota. The Packers will have a bye in Week 4 before hosting the Giants at Lambeau on Oct. 9.

Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Steady in Sunday's win over Jaguars

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(9/12/16) Rodgers completed 20 of 34 passes for 199 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's win over the Jaguars. He added another 16 yards and a touchdown via four carries.

Rodgers and company failed to generate big plays Sunday, making just two plays of over 22 yards, but they committed no turnovers and capitalized on field position to grind out a road win versus an improved Jags team. Rodgers notably connected with Jordy Nelson in the end zone and scored on a six-yard scramble in the first quarter-- two things that have helped him establish an extremely stable floor for production in recent seasons. He will look to build on a strong start next week versus Minnesota.

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9/4@SEAL 16-36Yes332369.71891181.53140000010
9/14NYJW 31-24Yes422559.534630109.84366284.711022
9/21@DETL 7-19Yes271659.31621088.82150000000
9/28@CHIW 38-17Yes282278.630240151.210188.08000
Total  41308666.299991109.110657365.111032
10/2MINW 42-10Yes171270.615630138.72140000000
10/12@MIAW 27-24Yes422457.12643099.73167344.99010
10/19CARW 38-17Yes221986.425530154.52143217.016000
10/26@NOL 23-44Yes392871.84181293.831922110.514100
Total  41208369.21093102118.5106312766.316110
11/9CHIW 55-14Yes271866.731560145.8000000000
11/16PHIW 53-20Yes362261.134130120.31233210.716021
11/23@MINW 24-21Yes291965.520920109.7126345.718000
11/30NEW 26-21Yes382463.236820112.63205224.417011
Total  41308363.81233130128.152414886.318032
12/8ATLW 43-37Yes362466.732730123.3145285.612011
12/14@BUFL 13-21Yes421740.51850234.31103279.019010
12/21@TBW 20-3Yes403177.531810108.1180000010
12/28DETW 30-20Yes221777.322620139.6002147.013100
Yearly TotalPassingRushingFumbles
2005Green Bay Packers3016956.3654.0616013/280039.8
2006Green Bay Packers2015640.0463.0716003/180048.2
2007Green Bay Packers20282071.42187.7943103/2421106.0
2008Green Bay Packers161653634163.640387.5371281334/231481693.8
2009Green Bay Packers161654135064.744348.208330750/3065517103.2
2010Green Bay Packers151547531265.739228.2686281131/1935410101.2
2011Green Bay Packers151550234368.346439.259345636/2196413122.5
2012Green Bay Packers161655237167.242957.787339851/293549108.0
2013Green Bay Packers9929019366.625368.748317621/117357104.9
2014Green Bay Packers161652034165.643818.438038528/1745915112.2
2015Green Bay Packers161657234760.738216.686531846/31455692.7
2016Green Bay Packers6623714862.414966.314913411/6014191.7
2005Green Bay Packers30273.58001
2006Green Bay Packers202115.56001
2007Green Bay Packers207294.113003
2008Green Bay Packers1616562073.7214121
2009Green Bay Packers1616583165.4355225
2010Green Bay Packers1515643565.6274122
2011Green Bay Packers1515602574.3253118
2012Green Bay Packers1616542594.8272220
2013Green Bay Packers99301204.018009
2014Green Bay Packers1616432696.3192020
2015Green Bay Packers1616583445.9181020
2016Green Bay Packers6622964.4142010
2005Green Bay Packers3000---00000
2006Green Bay Packers2000---00000
2007Green Bay Packers2000---00000
2008Green Bay Packers161600---00000
2009Green Bay Packers161600---00000
2010Green Bay Packers151500---00000
2011Green Bay Packers151500---00000
2012Green Bay Packers16161-1-1.0-10000
2013Green Bay Packers9900---00000
2014Green Bay Packers161600---00000
2015Green Bay Packers161600---00000
2016Green Bay Packers6600---00000
Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2005Green Bay Packers300.000000.0000
2006Green Bay Packers200.000000.0000
2007Green Bay Packers200.000000.0000
2008Green Bay Packers1622.000000.0000
2009Green Bay Packers1611.000000.0000
2010Green Bay Packers1500.000000.0000
2011Green Bay Packers1500.000000.0000
2012Green Bay Packers1600.000000.0000
2013Green Bay Packers900.000000.0000
2014Green Bay Packers1611.000000.0000
2015Green Bay Packers1611.000000.0000
2016Green Bay Packers600.000000.0000
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2005Green Bay Packers322000000
2006Green Bay Packers211000000
2007Green Bay Packers200000000
2008Green Bay Packers16103050050
2009Green Bay Packers16104040040
2010Green Bay Packers1541010010
2011Green Bay Packers1540020020
2012Green Bay Packers1654010010
2013Green Bay Packers940010010
2014Green Bay Packers16102050050
2015Green Bay Packers1684030030
2016Green Bay Packers663000000
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