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Week 9 Ride ‘Em Or Hide ‘Em QBs
You don’t need me to tell you to start Rodgers, Brees, Ryan or Brady…my mom could figure that out. Let’s look at some other matchups that could be favorable/unfavorable this week:
Juan’s All In On
Josh Freeman @ Oak
Only Aaron Rodgers has more points at the QB position over the last 3 weeks. Freeman is on fire and the Raiders have allowed 12 passing TDs and only 5 INTs this season.
Mike Vick @ NO
Vick dodged the getting benched bullet at least for this week and gets the cakiest matchup ever against the Saints pathetic D. As long as he doesn’t fall apart in this game and get sat down for Foles, he should have a monster game.
Cam Newton @ Was
Newton has been disappointing from our expectations, but the schedule gets lighter starting with the Redskins. It’s now or never for this guy.
Carson Palmer vs TB
It’s not the greatest matchup, but Palmer gets you 15 points almost every week. Start em if y
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Aaron Rodgers has an ongoing tradition that he carries out shortly before Packers game begins, and he upped his game on Sunday before Green Bay took on the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Packers quarterback likes to find his way into the weekly photo of captains. The reigning MVP goes out of his way to photobomb the picture of the captains on the sideline before the game...
Aaron Rodgers performed quite possibly one of the best photobombs we have seen in quite sometime. Chck out the lovely below photo of Green Bay Packers’ James Jones, Erik Walden and Bret Goode lined up with some very serious faces. Then check out the background for some perfect photobombing, with an eye-patch nonetheless. via Jason Wilde Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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...
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was named the NFC offensive player of the month for October.
Rodgers completed 96-of-141 passes for 1,101 yards, 14 touchdowns and just one interception to guide the Packers to a 3-1 record for the month. He registered multi-touchdown performances in all four games, including a six-TD showing in Week 6. Rodgers also became the first quarterback...
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.
SKsStaffThe only thing faster than RGIII’s legs may be his brain.Photo Credit: Creative Commons
“Experts” are known for making lazy comparisons. So, when you look at rookie sensation Robert Griffin III, and you think “who’s the last black guy that could run fast?” Cam Newton is the first guy that comes to mind, so now the two are linked together, even though they have...
Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III would prefer it if he were compared to Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers instead of Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.
RG3 has been a very good quarterback in his early career, but is it beginning to get to his head? Today he made a comment and I don’t know if I was suppose to take it as a shot at Cam Newton or it just came out bad. Griffin said: “I’d rather be compared to an Aaron Rodgers or a guy like that,” Griffin said Wednesday, “someone who has won Super Bowls.”
To me that sounds...
Packer coach Mike McCarthy conversing with a pair of refs.
The Packers have had plenty of calls go against them this season, but they’ve also taken advantage of some penalties that have gone in their favor.
Remember the Packers opening drive against the Texans? Aaron Rodgers missed an open James Jones deep and we all groaned while trying to figure out what the heck was wrong...
The quarterback position is an important one because they are seen as the team's leadership on the field, and when teams fail to win the quarterback is usually the first position that is blamed and changed. Therefore it is important for a starting quarterback to always do their best and win football games.Week 8 was an interesting one in the NFL for the quarterback position because...
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...