Aaron Rodgers Says Packers Offense Will be 'Fine': Fantasy Implications

GREEN BAY WI - AUGUST 26: Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers looks for a receiver against the Indianapolis Colts during a preseason game at Lambeau Field on August 26 2010 in Green Bay Wisconsin. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Rodgers says Green Bay's offense will be "fine" despite preseason loss to Chargers. We break down the fantasy implications.

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers says the team's offense will be "fine"after a less than stellar performance against the San Diego Chargers. Rodgers finished just 2 of 8 for 16 yards and threw an interception in the 21-13 loss. The Packers did play without WR Greg Jennings and TE Jermichael Finley.

Analysis: Rodgers, like fantasy owners, shouldn't be concerned right now because it is the preseason. He is an elite quarterback who threw for more than 4,600 yards last season and 45 touchdowns. Those numbers might drop a little but he is still the leader of one of the most explosive offenses in the NFL. Jennings and Finley are two of his top targets and things should get better once they get back in sync with Rodgers. For now, there is no reason to treat Rodgers any differently on draft day.

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