Aaron Rodgers puts together a career day and stellar fantasy performance

Matthew Stockman

A-Rodge led the Packers to a win over the Redskins in Week 2, tying the franchise record for passing yards in a game. We examine the fantasy implications.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for 335 yards in the first half to lead his team to a 38-20 win over the Washington Redskins. Rodgers also tied the Packers' record for passing yards in a game posting 480 while adding four touchdown passes.

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Fantasy Impact: If you started Rodgers as your fantasy quarterback in Week 2, there's a good chance your team is walking away with a win. Rodgers' performance will no doubt stand out as the best of the week, as the ninth-year quarterback completed 34-of-42 passes and did not throw a single interception. Heading into Week 3, the Packers will visit Cincinnati, where Rodgers will look to start the season with his third straight 300-yard passing game. The way he's played in the first two weeks, there's a good chance he'll do that no matter what team the Packers line up against.

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