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Passing Yards
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Touchdown Passes
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Interceptions Thrown
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Passer Rating
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Jan 8, 2023 205 1 1 83.1 13
Jan 1, 2023 159 1 0 95.7 18
Dec 25, 2022 238 1 1 78.6 14
Dec 19, 2022 229 1 1 92.2 13
Dec 4, 2022 182 1 0 85.7 15

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Rushing Yards
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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2022 3695 26 12 94 1 28216.6
2021 4115 37 4 101 3 40625.4
2020 4299 48 5 149 3 47729.8
3y Avg. 4139 37 4 144 2 40325.2
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Falls short of playoffs

    Rodgers completed 17 of 27 pass attempts for 205 yards, one touchdown and one interception in Sunday's 20-16 loss to Detroit. Rodgers tried to keep the Packers' improbable run to the playoffs alive, but he threw a late interception that ultimately sealed the win for the visiting Lions. The 39-year-old turned in his worst season as a pro, finishing with 3,695 passing yards, 26 touchdowns and a career-high 12 interceptions across 17 games. Rodgers just signed a three-year extension with Green Bay prior to this season, but the former MVP used some language after the crushing loss hinting at either retirement or a mutual parting of ways. What is certain, however, was a visible and statistical decline from the 17-year veteran this season, likely dropping Rodgers out of the top tier of fantasy quarterbacks if he decides to suit up in 2023.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Back to full practice

    Rodgers (right thumb/knee) practiced fully Thursday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. One day removed from sitting out Wednesday's walkthrough due to lingering right thumb and knee injuries, Rodgers returned to the practice field and handled every rep. He thus will be available for Sunday's matchup with a Lions defense that has given up an NFL-worst 7.96 yards per attempt and the second-most combined touchdowns (32) to opposing quarterbacks in 16 games this season.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Back at practice

    Rodgers (right thumb/knee) returned to practice Thursday, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports. Rodgers is managing thumb and knee issues, with his absence from Wednesday's practice having been described as a maintenance day by Hodkiewicz. Thursday's injury report will clarify the QB's official participation level, but at this stage Rodgers appears to be in no danger of missing Sunday night's game against the Lions.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: No activity Wednesday

    Rodgers (thumb/knee) didn't participate in Wednesday's walk-through practice. For the second week in a row, Rodgers is kicking off game prep with no activity due to knee and right thumb injuries. On the first occasion, he followed it with a limited session last Thursday before capping Week 17 prep with full activity and heading into the weekend without a designation. He proceeded to complete 15 of 24 passes for 159 yards and one touchdown and a two-yard score on the ground in this past Sunday's win over the Vikings. Rodgers will aim to follow a similar practice regimen this week with an eye toward getting cleared for Sunday's all-important matchup with the Lions.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Takes back seat in win

    Rodgers completed 15 of 24 passes for 159 yards and a touchdown and added a two-yard TD on his only carry in Sunday's 41-17 win over the Vikings. Green Bay grabbed a 14-3 lead in the first quarter on kickoff return and interception return touchdowns and never looked back, so Rodgers didn't have to do too much to lock up the victory. He still produced multiple TDs for the first time since Week 12, and the veteran QB will likely be more involved in Week 18 against the Lions, as a Packers win would send them into the postseason.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: QBs to Start

    Rodgers hasn't been a good Fantasy quarterback this season, and he started 2022 with a terrible game at Minnesota in Week 1 with just three Fantasy points. He should rebound this week at home as the Packers try to get into the playoffs. Prior to that Week 1 game against the Vikings, Rodgers had destroyed Minnesota with 1,328 passing yards, 13 touchdowns and no interceptions in four previous meetings, and he scored at least 23 Fantasy points on each outing. The Vikings have allowed five of the past seven opposing quarterbacks to score at least 21 Fantasy points, and Rodgers should be considered a low-end starter in all leagues in Week 17.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Cleared from injury report

    Rodgers (thumb/knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against Minnesota. The knee injury is a recent addition from last Sunday's 26-20 win over Miami, while the thumb is something Rodgers has managed for a couple months, with reports at one point suggesting he has an avulsion fracture in the affected digit. Whatever the case, he hasn't thrown for 300 yards or run for a touchdown all season and has only one game with more than two passing touchdowns. Rodgers does get an excellent matchup in a must-win game for the Packers this week, though he might not have WR Christian Watson (questionable, hip) at his disposal against a Vikings defense that's given up the fifth-most points in the league to opposing quarterbacks.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Limited in return to practice

    Rodgers (thumb/knee) practiced on a limited basis Thursday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. After sitting out Wednesday's session due to a knee injury that he picked up during a Week 16 win at Miami, Rodgers participated in individual drills Thursday but still operated with a cap on his reps. Even if the same comes to the pass Friday, there doesn't seem to be any worry about his availability for Sunday's NFC North showdown with the Vikings. Ultimately, Friday's practice report will reveal whether or not Rodgers heads into the weekend with a designation.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Back at practice

    Rodgers (right thumb/knee) returned to practice Thursday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. It remains to be seen how the Packers list Rodgers' participation level, but his return to the field after missing Wednesday's session supports the QB's expectation that he'll be available for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Sits out with thumb, knee injuries

    Rodgers didn't practice Wednesday due to right thumb and knee injuries. While the thumb issue likely is a residual one due to the fracture that Rodgers played through for a good portion of the campaign, the knee concern stems from a hit he took this past Sunday at Miami. He told Matt Schneidman of The Athletic that he isn't concerned about his potential to play Sunday against the Vikings, calling Wednesday's absence a veteran's day off. Rodgers thus should get back on the practice field in some capacity both Thursday and Friday as the Packers prepare for a Week 17 NFC North matchup that contains massive playoff implications for both squads.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Dealing with sore knee

    Rodgers was held out of practice Wednesday with a sore knee but is expected to play Sunday against the Vikings, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. Rodgers took a hard hit to the knee during Sunday's 26-20 win over Miami, but he was able to finish the game and now has the Packers in decent shape to reach the playoffs as a wild card if Green Bay can win its final two games and get some minor help. With that in mind, he'll likely suit up Sunday if the knee issue is just a matter of pain tolerance.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    Rodgers comes into Week 16 at Miami having scored 15 Fantasy points or less in three games in a row. He has three interceptions over that span and has been held to under 200 passing yards twice. And he's been held to 19 Fantasy points or less in five consecutive road games. This game has a projected total of 49.5 points, according to Caesars Sportsbook and Casino, and we'll see if Rodgers can keep up with the Dolphins. And Miami has allowed Justin Herbert and Josh Allen to combine for 671 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions in the past two games. But it's hard to trust Rodgers right now, especially with Green Bay's ground attack leading the way for the Packers, and I would only start Rodgers in Superflex and two-quarterback leagues.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Efficient in win over Rams

    Rodgers completed 22 of 30 pass attempts for 229 yards, a touchdown and an interception in Monday's 24-12 win over the Rams. The two-time MVP wasn't asked to do much against a Rams team that was decimated by injury, resulting in a modest stat line and a win for his club. Rodgers could have had a second touchdown in garbage time had rookie wideout Christian Watson not ran an incorrect route that would have gone for an easy four-yard score. The 39-year-old now has 3,093 passing yards with a 23:9 TD:INT ratio through 14 games in what can only be described as a down year by the superstar's lofty standards. Rodgers will look to keep Green Bay's slim playoff hopes alive against the Dolphins on Sunday.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    The Rams shut down Derek Carr in Week 14, holding him to just two Fantasy points, but they were bad against opposing quarterbacks prior to that when Andy Dalton, Patrick Mahomes and Geno Smith combined for 947 passing yards, seven touchdowns and one interception. Dalton and Smith each scored 28 Fantasy points (Mahomes only had 19 points), and Rodgers should do well at home. In his past two games at Lambeau Field, Rodgers is averaging 23.5 Fantasy points per game against Dallas and Tennessee, and hopefully he puts on another strong performance at home in Week 15.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    If you start Rodgers, you're hoping to get the best version of him attacking downfield against a susceptible Rams defense. The pressure issues Los Angeles have caused lately is a concern, but it might be the only concern, and it's one the Packers have dealt with moderately well all season. There is some potential for Rodgers to have a low-volume game, but the upside his receiving corps offers puts him in the low-end starting range. I'd try Rodgers in the home matchup over Geno Smith, Derek Carr, Jared Goff and Tom Brady.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: QBs to Start

    Rodgers is expected to start at the Bears despite dealing with a rib injury, and hopefully he continues his usual domination against Chicago. In his past five meetings with the Bears, Rodgers is averaging 244.2 passing yards per game with 17 total touchdowns and no interceptions. In his past two games at Chicago, Rodgers has scored 33 Fantasy points and 26 points, and hopefully he can be in that range again. The Bears just lost standout safety Eddie Jackson (foot), and three of the past five quarterbacks against Chicago have scored at least 29 Fantasy points. As long as Rodgers is fine on Sunday you should start him with confidence in all formats.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Cleared from injury report

    Rodgers (ribs/thumb) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against Chicago, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. He might be in pain but will get the start, just as he promised earlier this week. Rodgers managed limited practices Thursday and Friday ahead of what's essentially a must-win game against the Bears, hoping he can play through his pair of injuries and keep Green Bay in the playoff hunt. The 39-year-old (as of Friday) did say he'd try to have an "open mind" if the Packers eventually are eliminated and want to take a look at QB Jordan Love and other young players. For now, Rodgers will be relying on some of those young guys, namely rookie WR Christian Watson, who caught six TD passes (including one from Love) the past three weeks. There's also some hope for fellow rookie Romeo Doubs (ankle) to end a month-long absence, as he's been deemed questionable ahead of Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Practicing again

    Rodgers (ribs/thumb) is practicing Friday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. Rodgers returned to practice Thursday as a limited participant and already has said he expects to play in Sunday's game against the Bears. He's reportedly been playing through an avulsion fracture in his right thumb for most of the season, but it was a rib injury that forced him out of a 40-33 loss to the Eagles in Week 12.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Set for limited practice Thursday

    Packers head coach Matt LaFleur said Rodgers (ribs/thumb) will practice Thursday in a limited capacity, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports. Rodgers has appeared on Packers injury reports since Week 6 will what was revealed last week to be an avulsion fracture to his right thumb, but the quarterback is now managing a rib injury after exiting early in last Sunday's 40-33 loss to the Eagles. Fortunately for Rodgers, follow-up exams Monday revealed no major injury to his ribs, but the veteran quarterback's reps are still expected to be managed carefully this week. After sitting out the Packers' first session of the week Wednesday like he usually does and Rodgers' return to the field Thursday, even in a limited capacity, bodes well for his chances of playing this Sunday against the Bears. The Packers will likely wait and see what Rodgers is able to do at Friday's practice before deciding whether he'll carry an injury decision into the weekend.
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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Should practice later this week

    Rodgers (ribs/thumb) isn't practicing Wednesday, but head coach Matt LaFleur said he expects the quarterback to practice at some point before Sunday's game in Chicago, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. The Packers are known for being cautious with injured players, but that doesn't necessarily apply to Rodgers, who will turn 39 this week and needs to win at least four of his final five games (and probably all five) to have a shot at the playoffs. He's been playing through a thumb injury -- reportedly an avulsion fracture -- since Week 6 and was removed from Sunday's loss to the Eagles after hurting his ribs. Rodgers said Tuesday that he was encouraged by the results from a scan on his ribs Monday and thus expects to play this Sunday against the Bears. If not, Jordan Love will start for Green Bay.
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