Aaron Rodgers Fantasy: Rodgers Off To Typical Hot Start

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is having a typical Aaron Rodgers day at the half. To start the game Rodgers completed his first 12 passes, his first incomplete being a dropped ball by Randall Cobb. Rodgers is currently 17 for 20 with 197 yards passing and one touchdown.

Rodgers is having an awesome season. The Packers quarterback entered Week 7 averaging 338.5 passing yards per game with 2031 total passing yards and 17 touchdowns (opposite just three interceptions). He's rushed for two touchdowns, too.

Last week, Rodgers threw three touchdown passes and 200+ yards in the first half against the Rams. Had Green Bay not been blowing out St. Louis, he could have racked up more before the Packers put the offense in sleep mode.

For more on Aaron Rodgers and his matchup against Minnesota, check out our Packers blog Acme Packing Companyand our Vikings blog, the Daily Norseman. For the latest Fantasy Football news, check our blog FakeTeamsand follow @SBNationFantasy on Twitter.

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