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Looks like Green Bay Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers wants his move back! But he’s got to find a new Discount Double CheckTM dance to replace his first! Knowingly or not, Rodgers is a genius for his Belt celebration…-TO
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At this point, there don't appear to be too many things that could threaten to derail the Green Bay Packers' season. A significant injury to Aaron Rodgers would be one of them.
So when it comes to the 9-0 Packers' ever-shrinking list of major concerns, Rodgers' pass protection is worth keeping an eye on - especially after he took some big hits during Monday night...
Because Aaron Rodgers has "mastered" the Packers' offense and is playing with uncanny consistency, several passing records are set to fall and he's on pace to be named the league's MVP.
Aaron Rodgers is playing quarterback this season at a ridiculously high level. We’ve heard the case made that no quarterback has ever played better. I can’t even disagree, although I remember the exact same things being said about Peyton Manning in ’04 and Tom Brady in ’07. Rodgers’ athletic skill set to throw on the…
Through nine games, Aaron Rodgers has been unstoppable and unbeatable. So Clark Judge asks coaches what kryptonite they would employ against the NFL's superman of 2011; they suggest a hopeful five-part plan.
I hate to say it, but I have pretty much been riding on the tight buns of Aaron Rodgers in fantasy football this season, and it doesn't bother me one bit. Going in to every week, he is moderately predicted to put up 24 points or so, and every week he blows those predictions harder than his dude roommate. He throws four touchdowns, runs one in, a minimum 300 yards is expected...
The Green Bay Packers’ 9-0 record is impressive but what’s even more impressive is that they have now won 15 straight games dating back to Week 16 of the 2010 season. Aaron Rodgers has been on a tear that looks far from over. His insatiable appetite to win has been the catalyst to what is undoubtedly the most proficient and sustained passing performance we have seen to date....
To break the NFL completion percentage record set by Drew Brees in 2009, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers simply needs to continue doing what he's doing.
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Lost in all of the MVP hype surrounding Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been the defense, or lack there of.
Wondering whether or not to start Aaron Rodgers and Matt Forte, or to bench Colt McCoy and Chaz Schilens? The network bozos specialize in that kind of advice. If you’re looking for help with your real starting lineup conundrums, read on. Here are my picks to roll, and get rolled, in Week 11.