Aaron Rodgers to practice Wednesday, fantasy status for Sunday still uncertain

Jonathan Daniel

The Packers quarterback is itching to play this week but may not get the opportunity. We break down the fantasy implications.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (broken collarbone) is scheduled to practice on Wednesday, according to a report by ESPN's Ed Werder. Whether or not he'll play against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 15 is still uncertain.

Fantasy Impact: Rodgers hasn't played since being hurt against the Chicago Bears in the first week of November. He initially hoped to return in Week 12 or 13 according to his own timeline, but he was still in pain at practice last week.

There's a lot at stake for the Packers right now. If the team wins its last three games, they can still make the playoffs. Given the inconsistent play of Matt Flynn and Scott Tolzien, there's no question that Rodgers is a cut above the rest.

Rodgers' injury really puts his fantasy owners in a tough spot this week. Not only is his' status for this week still in question, but even if he does play, nobody really knows how effective he'll be. His owners will need to be prepared to start someone else this week, and they should consider it a bonus if Rodgers indeed starts.

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