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Posts Tagged ‘Aaron Rodgers’
Posted: Monday, January 9th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: NFL Playoff Challenge, Aaron Rodgers, Arian Foster, Charlie Batch, Chris Pressley, Darren Sproles, David Carr, Demaryius Thomas, Dennis Dixon, Drew Brees, Michael Turner, Mike Smith, New Orleans Saints, Tim Tebow, Tom Brady, Victor Cruz
Even with the lure of double points, most owners shied away from starting players on bye weeks in the first run of the NFL Playoff Challenge. But there were some interesting names that found their way into lineups.
Posted: Monday, December 26th, 2011 | jasonfsmith1 Tags: Blog Log Blog, Aaron Rodgers, Cam Newton, Christian Ponder, DeMarco Murray, Felix Jones, Jason Hanson, Laurent Robinson, marion barber, Marshawn Lynch, Michael Bush, Mike Nugent, Peyton Manning, Seneca Wallace, Tony Romo
With the fantasy season at an end, Jason Smith looks back at the year and builds a list of rules for fantasy owners to help them succeed in 2012.
It’s championship week in fantasy football. And if you have made it this far, well, I’ve taught you everything you need to know already.
Elliot Harrison and Michael Fabiano talk sits and starts at quarterback and Darren Sharper joins to program to talk about fantasy football star Aaron Rodgers. In the second hour, the guys return to the “fantasy cantina” to talk playoff running backs and wide receivers and who can win you a championship.
Posted: Wednesday, December 14th, 2011 | jasonfsmith1 Tags: Fantasy QB rankings, Aaron Rodgers, Cam Newton, Drew Brees, Eli Manning, Matt Ryan, Matthew Stafford, Michael Vick, Tim Tebow, Tom Brady, Tony Romo
Few things are as crucial as picking the right starting QB for your fantasy semifinal matchup. Jason Smith runs down the ten signal-callers best suited to help get your team to championship week.
While watching film with Joe Theismann this week, he wondered what Aaron Rodgers’ completion percentage would be if you took dropped passes out the equation. Drops, throwaways, and spikes are all incompletions that a QB is usually not responsible for. What would happen if we took these out of the equation? The result was what we call a “True QBR” rating.
Posted: Sunday, December 4th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Fantasy Feedback, Aaron Rodgers, Braylon Edwards, Christian Ponder, Donald Brown, Donald Driver, Greg Jennings, Jermichael Finley, Jordy Nelson, Matt Forte, Miles Austin, Peyton Hillis, Toby Gerhart
Fantasy feedback tracks the goings-on around the NFL in the final week of the fantasy regular season.
Everyone wants to know how to beat Green Bay right now – coaches and fans. Here’s our best guess at how to do it.
Posted: Monday, November 21st, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Fantasy Faux Pas, Aaron Rodgers, Chris Johnson, Denarius Moore, Kevin Smith, Mario Manningham, Maurice Morris, Roy Helu, Ryan Torain, Stevie Johnson, Torrey Smith
It’s no surprise that Kevin Smith headlines this week’s Fantasy Faux Pas, but as always, there’s plenty more.
Posted: Sunday, November 20th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Fantasy Feedback, Aaron Rodgers, Alex Smith, Chris Ogbonnaya, Darren McFadden, Jake Locker, Josh Freeman, Larry Fitzgerald, LeGarrette Blount, Marshawn Lynch, Matt Hasselbeck, Matthew Stafford, Michael Bush, Nate Washington, Reggie Bush, Roddy White
With Reggie Bush, Michael Bush and Chris Ogbonnaya having good days, running back controversies could be brewing in a few different NFL locker rooms. That and more in the Week 11 fantasy feedback blog.
There’s going to be a long conversation during the offseason about whether Aaron Rodgers deserves to be the No. 1 pick in fantasy drafts. But we will save that for another day. This is what we can say about him right now: Nobody offers more hope or causes for discomfort for fantasy owners than Rodgers playing on Monday night.
We’re halfway through the season and the usual suspects are still on pace to shatter Dan Marino‘s single-season passing record. Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers all are in position to break the mark of 5,084 yards.
Posted: Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: First and 10, Aaron Rodgers, Al Davis, Chas Henry, Eli Manning, Joe Flacco, Mike Shanahan, New England Patriots, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Philip Rivers, Roy Helu
If you missed the New York Giants’ Super Bowl flashback against the New England Patriots, or Sunday night’s stirring final drive by the Baltimore Ravens against the Pittsburgh Steelers, NFL Network’s got you covered with a special edition of “NFL Replay” Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.
Last week, we mentioned that Tom Brady would have to have an absolutely abysmal game in Pittsburgh to drop off the pace to break Dan Marino‘s record for most passing yards in a season. Well, he’s still on pace to shatter that mark of 5,084, but Brady’s bad day actually pushed him down to third on the list of candidates to set the new mark.