Aaron Rodgers Fantasy Stats: Not His Best Day, But Still Solid For Fantasy Owners

You know you're good when a 96.7 quarterback rating is by far your worst of the season. That's the rating Aaron Rodgers put up in the Green Bay Packers' win over the Oakland Raiders. If Rodgers is on your fantasy team, he probably didn't give you the points you're used to, but his production was still solid. Rodgers completed 17-30 passes for 281 yards and two touchdowns, along with one interception. Due to the Packers' massive lead, Rodgers was pulled in the third quarter.

The only hindrance to Rodgers' in fantasy games will be factors outside of his control. At 13-0, the Packers could have homefield advantage locked up through the playoffs soon, possibly relegating Rodgers to short shifts in the coming weeks. Bad weather is on its way to Green Bay as well. Still, it'd be crazy not to ride Rodgers as your fantasy starter for as long as possible. He was the No. 1 quarterback in this week's fantasy rankings over at the SB Nation blog Fake Teams, and with good reason. Rodgers had 3,844 yards passing on the season going into Week 14, as well as 37 touchdown passes to just five interceptions.

For more on Rodgers and the Packers, check out the SB Nation blog Acme Packing Company. Be sure to follow @SBNationFantasy on Twitter as well.     

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