Aaron Rodgers put in another impressive outing in Week 9. We break down the fantasy implications.
It might not have been the most accurate day for Aaron Rodgers, but he got the job done in the scoring department. Rodgers completed 14 of 30 passes against the Cardinals for 218 yards, four touchdowns and one interception.
After managing just 186 yards against Jacksonville last week, Rodgers finished with a lower yardage total again than we're used to seeing in Week 9.
Fantasy Impact: Completion percentage doesn't matter in fantasy football, so go ahead and celebrate. Rodgers continues to score at a ridiculous pace after a dismal first three weeks to 2012. It doesn't look like his owners have anything to worry about now.
The Packers are off in Week 10, so be sure to find a replacement for the reigning MVP.