Aaron Rodgers Fantasy Recap: Green Bay QB Scores Twice But Pack Falls

Green Bay (13-1) was chasing the 2003-04 Patriots' all-time record of 21 consecutive victories, but was largely ineffective on offense Sunday in their loss to the Chiefs. Aaron Rodgers threw for 235 yards and a touchdown, and ran for a score with 2:04 remaining but it wasn't enough.

It is telling that Rodgers' two-touchdown performance last week against the Oakland Raiders was technically his worst game of the season fantasy-wise. He went 17-for-30 passing for 281 yards and an interception on top of his two scores--good numbers for anyone else, but hardly up to the ridiculous standard Rodgers has set for himself. He could cost his owners points if the Packers rest him at any point for the playoffs. Be wary of bad weather at Lambeau in Week 16 as well.

For more on Brees and his matchup with the Vikings, check out Saints blog, Canal Street Chronicles, and our Vikings blog, Daily Norseman

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