Posted November 16, 2011 on
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.
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for four touchdowns on the way to a 45-7 rout of the Minnesota Vikings.
The Green Bay Packers improved to 9-0 Monday night and they did it in dominating fashion. There isn’t much new to learn from a game in which the Packers cruise to a 45-7 so here are some quick thoughts from the game.
Aaron Rodgers is too good. 250 yards, four touchdowns and only seven incompletions. He is unstoppable this season.
Randall Cobb got the Packers scoring off...
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…
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 Brady Edge: Gisele
The 2011 dream season of Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers just keeps rolling along. After Monday nights precise dissection of the Minnesota Vikings, Rodgers is on pace to have the greatest season ever in the history of the NFL for quarterbacks. A season that could surpass the performances of Kurt Warner and The Greatest Show on Turf in 1999...
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.
The Green Bay Packers destroyed the Vikings last night. It started early as Randall Cobb returned a punt 80 yards for a TD after the Packers’ D stopped the Vikings on their opening drive. The Packers didn’t look back. Aaron Rodgers completed 23 of 30 passes for 250 yards with 4 TD passes and 0 INTs. He also carried the ball 6 times for 21 yards (3.5 ypc) in this game...
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.