Aaron Rodgers delivers solid fantasy football stats against Vikings

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Rodgers may not have all of his weapons, but that hasn't been a problem.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had another efficient game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday Night Football, throwing for 285 yards and two touchdowns.

While it wasn't the most dominant fantasy performance Rodgers has ever had, the Vikings weren't able to keep the game close in the second half, which meant Rodgers didn't have to air it out as much as usual.

Fantasy spin: The Packers have become a much more balanced offense in 2013, and that has led to a dip in Rodgers' usually elite fantasy football production. He has still been among the top ranked fantasy producers at his position, but it hasn't been quite what most have come to expect from the NFL's best quarterback.

He remains an every week starter, regardless of the matchup. Rodgers is one of the most talented quarterbacks in football and has managed to put up big numbers with some of his top weapons injured. He's not slowing down any time soon.

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