Found September 30, 2012 on Fantasy Football Champs:
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As expected, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers shredded the Saints miserable defense for his best performance of the season, putting up 319 yards and four scores.Fantasy Spin:Rodgers only had three TDs over the first three games, likely causing some fantasy owners to panic, but he had to face three of the better defenses in the league in those games. Another big week should be in store against the Colts next Sunday.
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