Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been kind to fantasy owners when playing indoors. According to the Packers (via ESPN NFC North blogger Kevin Seifert), Rodgers in his last eight starts inside has completed 71 percent of his passes while throwing 25 touchdowns, one interception and averaging 327 yards per game.
Rodgers and the Packers play the Detroit Lions in Week 11 at Ford Field.
Fantasy Impact: Rodgers always figures to be in fantasy lineups but his numbers indoors over the last eight games are staggering. Green Bay's passing attack is one of the most potent in the league and even more effective when the elements are taken out of play.
Rodgers this week should have Jordy Nelson (ankle) back on the field and will still be able to attack defenses throwing to Randall Cobb and James Jones. Rodgers is, as always, a No. 1 fantasy quarterback for Week 11.