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At first glance it would seem that it is highly unlikely that Aaron Rodgers will reach Drew Brees’ passing numbers this year – Brees has lead the league in yards and touchdowns in the past two seasons, while posting historic numbers. With that in mind, it’s important to note that historic numbers can’t realistically be attained forever – whether Brees manages to toss 40 TD again this year will remain a mystery until some point deep in the season, if not its final week. Becoming the first Quarterback to toss for 40 in back-to-back seasons was already historic, and it’s certainly no lock to happen for a third straight year. Although it’s highly unlikely that Rodgers surpasses Brees’ numbers, it’s entirely likely that there is a narrowing of the gap between the two when it comes to points through the air...
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Week three of the NFL preseason is widely regarded as a “dress rehearsal” for the start of the regular season. The starters for each team usually play at least one half of each game in preparation for week one.
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers broke this trend, however, when Rodgers played only a single series against the Seahawks, going 4-7 for 41 yards and leading Green Bay on...
Aaron Rodgers returned after missing a day with a head cold but it was Mike McCarthy who was feeling ill after Wednesday's practice. Improving the coach's spirits was the play of DuJuan Harris, who will make his debut on Friday against Seattle.
Compared to past preseasons, Aaron Rodgers has barely worked up a sweat in the three exhibitions. It's an interesting dichotomy, with Mike McCarthy wanting the offense to play with more rhythm than it did to start last season but the starting quarterback getting just five series.
Today the Green Bay Packers informed Wide Receiver Justin Wilson of his release. They did give him great reports, and said the door will remain open for a possible return. Wilson could be a practice squad canidate, but he will play the wait and see game now.
Just Marshawn Lynch tickling Aaron Rodgers’ mustache.
As the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers were running to the locker room at halftime, Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch ambushed Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers with a bear hug and teased him about his mustache. Good to see the former teammates can still have fun with each other.
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In case you forgot, Marshawn Lynch and Aaron Rodgers were teammates at Cal. That’s why Lynch was able to give a big bear…
The NFL preseason is the only place where a halftime cuddle-fest can go down, like it did on Friday night when the Packers and Seahwaks headed into halftime. Marshawn Lynch immediately went up to Aaron and gave him a massive bear hug and then tickled his beard. Besties!
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Some quality halftime horseplay would never be allowed during the regular season. But, when it comes to preseason football, anything goes.
Aaron Rodgers and Marshawn Lynch were teammates for one season at the University California in 2004 and, from the looks of their pow wow on Friday night, it would seem that they developed quite the connection during their short stint together...
The Panthers offense has one option, that's Cam Newton. The Packers offense has Rodgers, receivers and now Eddie Lacy to threaten a running game. While I like Cam Newton's running ability, he needs a lot more help before he starts to move past Rodgers in fantasy.
Drew Brees - Consistently at the top of the QB rankings. Look for an explosion with the return...
Green Bay Packers 2013 season preview w/ Justis
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Seth talks Green Bay Packers 2013 season preview with Justis Mosqueda.
Can the offensive line keep Aaron Rodgers upright and healthy?
Is Dom Capers in trouble if he doesn’t turn the defense around?
What impact will the rookies have on the 2013...
2013 Fantasy Football QB Rankings
This year tier one houses fantasy football’s two safest QB’s in the reliable Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers. Now while both of their teams have committed to running the ball more this season, these two signal callers are still the elite options they have been in previous years. A more balanced offense will help the play action game which...
Aaron Rodgers played just one series and Graham Harrell couldn't move the team, but Vince Young provided an immediate spark with his legs on the Packers' only touchdown drive of the night in a 17-10 loss to Seattle.
Packers QB Vince Young has outplayed Graham Harrell and should be the No. 2 guy behind Aaron Rodgers, according to Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.Fantasy Spin:With Aaron Rodgers ahead of him on the depth chart, we wouldn't expect Young to see much playing time in 2013, but Young appears to be the correct handcuff for fantasy owners.