With a string of running backs going early in drafts, people are wondering when they should draft Aaron Rodgers? This year, Gridiron Experts has Rodgers ranked as the number two quarterback just behind Drew Brees.
It's easy to forget about a player's productive past when they suffer an injury, a la Darren McFadden, Maurice Jones-Drew, DeMarco Murray, and Antonio Gates. This off-season one of those players is Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson
With Greg Jennings gone to the Minnesota Vikings and Donald Driver retiring, a trio of wide receivers are left for Aaron Rodgers to pitch the pigskin to in 2013. The real key on draft day is drafting the Packers wide receiver that offers the best value...
Green Bay added two explosive running backs in this years NFL draft. The Packers took Eddie Lacy in the second round at pick 61 and Johnathan Franklin in the fourth round at pick 125.
Just in case you didn't know: "Colin Kaepernick grew up watching Brett Favre while Aaron Rodgers grew up watching Joe Montana" -That's cute, but I'm sick of a lot of these intertwining comparison stories.
Jordy Nelson Fantasy Funk: In one of my fantasy football leagues I left the draft thinking I was stacked at wide receiver. I had Megatron and Jordy Nelson as my top two guys. After five weeks I am near the bottom of the league in scoring and a big reason is the lack of production I have gotten from Nelson. Defenses have done a great job nullifying Nelson. As a frustrated Nelson owner I have been forced to look at the reality of this year instead of hoping for the production of last year.
Motivation is a powerful tool that can defy all odds. Unfortunately the Green Bay Packers know this too well as they have dropped two of their last three games after playing a Colts team Sunday that were riding high on emotion from the news that their head coach Chuck Pagano was hospitalized with leukemia.
Each week I will be creating a fantasy football Fanduel sleeper article to help you get the most value out of your lineups.
A fantasy football strategy that looks at the numbers and value of quarterbacks in comparison to the uncertainty at the running back position in the early rounds.
For the past five seasons, the NFL MVP award has been given to a quarterback. Peyton Manning and Tom Brady have each won the award twice with Aaron Rodgers winning it in 2011. Running backs like LaDainian Tomlinson have won the award after impressive record-breaking seasons, yet the MVP award is predominantly a quarterback driven trophy.