Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers had a so-so outing in Week 13. We breakdown the fantasy implications.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had a less than desirable outing on Sunday. In Week 13. the Packers QB faced off against the Minnesota Vikings, finishing with only 286 yards passing, one touchdown and one interception.
And even though his team did win, the norm for Rodgers is 300-plus yards and a handful of TDs. It's very rare that Rodgers breaks even on his TD-INT ratio.
Fantasy Analysis: Considering that most, if not all fantasy owners used their first pick on Rodgers, these are not the type of numbers people like to see.
This performance does not derail Rodgers' fantasy value by any means. Continue to start No. 12 each week for the remainder of the season. Rodgers will deliver big a couple more times before the season's up.