2014 DRAFT GUIDE
 #12 Aaron Rodgers
 Pos: Quarterback
NFL Team: GNB
Injury: Probable
Injury Type: calf
 Experience: 11
College: California
Height: 74
Weight: 225
Born: 12/2/1983
 Year  Tm  Gm  Cmp  Att  Yds  TDs  Int  Sack  Rush  Yds  TDs  Fum 
PROJ004363409512292
2013GNB91932902536176213012004
2012GNB163715524295398515425925
2011GNB153435024643456366025730
2010GNB1531247539222811316435641

Summary

Quarterback Rank: #2All Players: #36
Rodgers had a pretty remarkable season last year, having 40 total touchdowns to just five interceptions. He played at a very high level, maybe the best of his career. He had eight 300-yard games and eight three-touchdown games. He had his worst game of the season in Week 15, which was a huge downer for fantasy owners in the playoffs, but he carried many of those owners to the playoffs, so it was hard to get too mad at him. Rodgers is at the top of his game right now and in the prime of his career. Rodgers also is an underrated runner. He has at least 200-rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns six of the last seven seasons. This part of his game can be overlooked, but is a real asset. Rodgers has a great arm and is extremely accurate. He makes plays with his feet and is normally very durable. The Packers have a great group of receivers and should continue to pass often but are a little more balanced these days than past year.
FANTASY OUTLOOK
Rodgers is about as good as it gets for fantasy teams at quarterbacks. He was second in fantasy scoring last year and should be near the top of the league once again this year. He does it all - throws for a ton of yards, piles up the touchdowns and even gets decent rushing totals. Plus, he is very consistent throughout the season, which is always a big plus for fantasy teams. Rodgers is in the prime of his career in a great offense for quarterbacks. He'll throw for around 4,500 yards and score around 40 touchdowns while running for 200 or so yards.

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Notes

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers may be regularly in the pistol formation in 2015, according to head coach Mike McCarthy. The Packers used the formation often after Rodgers suffered a calf injury in 2014 in order to take stress off his leg. 'I like the pistol,' McCarthy said during a break at the NFL owners meetings this week. 'I think there's a lot of value regardless of the injury to Aaron. I know he likes it. There's a place for it year-round in your offense.' McCarthy hasn't used the pistol formation for a read-option offense, and it's unlikely McCarthy will ask Rodgers to become a read-option quarterback. The pistol formation would add an element of unpredictability to the Packers offense.
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Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has had more freedom to change plays pre-snap in recent seasons, and head coach Mike McCarthy giving up play-calling duties puts even more responsibility in the hands of Rodgers in running the offense. McCarthy and assistant coach Tom Clements will have more preparation to do during the week to make sure Rodgers has plenty of pre-snap options at his disposal. However, it's hard to know how the offensive setup will work with Clements as the primary playcaller.
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Green Bay Packers QB Scott Tolzien and QB Matt Flynn both have boosters among the team's assistant coaches. The coaching staff likes Tolzien's potential, but many like Flynn because he gives a 'security blanket feel' to the team. Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has said he would like to see both backups retained.
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Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers said the calf injury he suffered later on in the season was because of the poor surface in Tampa Bay. Rodgers said he thinks the Buccaneers' field should be looked at for improvements, adding that he hurt his shoulder in Tampa Bay in 2008 as well.
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Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers was named the 2014 NFL Most Valuable Player by the Associated Press Saturday, Jan. 31.
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Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (calf) said his calf injury was painful the entire game last weekend against the Dallas Cowboys and that it was a little worse after the team's win. Rodgers admitted that it's simply of matter of dealing with the pain, adding that he's having treatment around the clock and the calf will be good Sunday.
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Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (calf), who is listed as probable for the NFC Championship game against the Seattle Seahawks Sunday, Jan. 18, was limited in practice Friday, Jan. 16.
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Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (calf) is listed as probable for the team's NFC Championship game.
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Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (calf) was limited in practice Thursday, Jan. 15.
Fantasy Impact: Rodgers will be ready for the game this weekend.
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Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (calf) is not participating in practice Wednesday, Jan. 14.
Fantasy Impact: This isn't a surprise. Rodgers will rest most of the week but be ready for the game this weekend.
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Quarterbacks

  #1  Andrew LuckIND10
  #2  Aaron RodgersGNB7
  #3  Drew BreesNOR11
  #4  P. ManningDEN7
  #5  B. RoethlisbergerPIT11
  #6  M. StaffordDET9
  #7  Matt RyanATL10
  #8  Eli ManningNYG11
Sleeper #9  R. TannehillMIA5
  #10  Cam NewtonCAR5
  #11  Philip RiversSDG10
  #12  R. WilsonSEA9
  #13  Joe FlaccoBAL9
  #14  Tony RomoDAL6
  #15  Andy DaltonCIN7
  #16  Tom BradyNWE4
Injury Concern #17  Sam BradfordPHI8
  #18  Carson PalmerARI9
  #19  T. BridgewaterMIN5
  #20  Derek CarrOAK6
  #21  J. WinstonTAM6
  #22  Jay CutlerCHI7
  #23  C. KaepernickSFO10
  #24  M. MariotaTEN4
Hot #25  Nick FolesSTL6
  #26  Blake BortlesJAC8
  #27  Alex SmithKAN9
  #28  Josh McCownCLE11
  #29  R. Griffin IIIWAS8
  #30  Matt CasselBUF8
  #31  Bryce PettyNYJ5
  #32  Mark SanchezPHI8
  #33  R. FitzpatrickNYJ5
  #34  J. ManzielCLE11
  #35  Geno SmithNYJ5
  #36  EJ ManuelBUF8
  #37  Kirk CousinsWAS8
  #38  Z. MettenbergerTEN4
  #39  Mike GlennonTAM6
  #40  Brian HoyerHOU9
  #41  Shaun HillMIN5
  #42  Ryan MallettHOU9
  #43  Ryan LindleyARI9
  #44  Chad HenneJAC8
  #45  Michael VickNYJ5
  #46  Matt SchaubBAL9
  #47  T. PryorCIN7
  #48  C. PonderOAK6
  #49  Matt FlynnGNB7
  #50  B. GabbertSFO10
  #51  B. WeedenDAL6
  #52  Drew StantonARI9
  #53  Matt MooreMIA5
  #54  M. HasselbeckIND10
  #55  Colt McCoyWAS8
  #56  Matt BarkleyPHI8
  #57  J. CampbellCIN7
  #58  Jeff TuelBUF8
  #59  Chase DanielKAN9
  #60  J. GaroppoloNWE4
  #61  Landry JonesPIT11
  #62  B. OsweilerDEN7
  #63  T.J. YatesATL10
  #64  B. GradkowskiPIT11
  #65  D. AndersonCAR5
  #66  Sean MannionSTL6
  #67  Tyrod TaylorBUF8
  #68  Josh JohnsonCIN7
  #69  C. WhitehurstTEN4
  #70  Ricky StanziNYG11
  #71  T. JacksonSEA9
  #72  G. GraysonNOR11
  #73  A.J. McCarronCIN7
  #74  Ryan NassibNYG11
  #75  Zac DysertDEN7
  #76  Brad SorensenSDG10
  #77  B. HundleyGNB7
  #78  Aaron MurrayKAN9
  #79  Luke McCownNOR11
  #80  Logan ThomasARI9
  #81  David FalesCHI7
  #82  Tim TebowPHI8
  #83  Joe WebbCAR5
  #84  B.J. DanielsSEA9
  #85  Tom SavageHOU9
  #86  G. GilbertNWE4
  #87  Case KeenumSTL6
  #88  Matt McGloinOAK6
  #89  T. SiemianDEN7
  #90  Austin DavisSTL6
  #91  C. HarnishARI9
  #92  Matt SimmsNYJ5
  #93  Connor ShawCLE11
  #94  Scott TolzienGNB7
  #95  T. LewisCLE11
  #96  Dan OrlovskyDET9
  #97  K. ClemensSDG10
  #98  Jake LockerTEN4
  #99  Kyle OrtonBUF8

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