Aaron Rodgers went 28-for-40 passing for 365 yards and four touchdowns during the Packers' loss to the Vikings on Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications.
Aaron Rodgers went 28-for-40 passing for 365 yards and four touchdowns, but the Green Bay Packers fell just short to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. Rodgers didn't throw an interception, but he took five sacks for a loss of 32 yards and lost a fumble.
Rodgers once again finished the regular season among the top passers in the NFL. He completed 67 passes for 4,295 yards, 39 touchdowns and eight interceptions on the season. Over his last three outings, Rodgers threw 10 touchdowns to zero interceptions.
Fantasy Impact: Rodgers didn't quite live up to the lofty standards he set last season, but he was still a top-flight fantasy quarterback in 2012. He was slightly less consistent, producing big numbers in fits and spurts, but when he was on he was among the best fantasy options in a given week. He will likely be one of the top quarterbacks taken in drafts next season, and with good reason.