Posted November 02, 2012 on
There might not be a better quarterback against the blitz in the NFL than the Packers' Aaron Rodgers, who was historically great last season and excellent this year, as well. Surprisingly, Rodgers has seen a lot of blitzes this year — and probably will on Sunday against Arizona.
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GREEN BAY, Wis.-In one of this seasons most memorable postgame interviews, Shhhhh is what Aaron Rodgers recently hissed when asked if a 42-24 rout of previously unbeaten Houston had quieted Green Bays critics.
Quite the understatement from a player who has become one of the NFLs biggest chatterboxes.
Entering the FOX Americas Game of the Week between the Packers and visiting Arizona...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has a chance to lead his team to a fourth consecutive win if they can knock off the visiting Arizona Cardinals this Sunday at Lambeau Field.
In his weekly meeting with the media, Rodgers talked about losing to the Cardinals in the playoffs three seasons ago, not getting sacked by Arizona's top-ranked pass-rushers and much...
Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III would prefer it if he were compared to Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers instead of Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.
In a season where there was a record number of rookie quarterbacks getting the starting nod, it has been nothing short of surprising. Whether it was RG3's slaying of Drew Brees and the Saints in Week 1, or Russell Wilson's impossible (and super controversial) comeback win over Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, it has been a season to remember for these young guns.Contrarily...
Where to Put 'em is the Fantasy Football Nerd's look at the best and worst matchups for Week 9 of the 2012 NFL season. Decisions are based upon the FFN rankings and matchup analysis. Given the known conditions, these matchups are the ones to watch and/or avoid.
This list does not generally include the elite players that you are going to start regardless of matchup. You...
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Before the regular season began, I hoped the Seahawks could be 4-4 halfway through the season. They could have very well been 3-5, or 2-6 -- They played five games on the road; their three home games...