Aaron Rodgers played all 16 games in 2018 and posted the second-highest passing yards total of his career with 4,442. But he threw just 25 touchdown passes, which for Rodgers was the lowest total for him in his career in a 16-game season. But the 36-year-old was injured for much of the season and working with perhaps the worst group of receivers in his career, particularly in terms of experience. He's still, quite frankly, in the top two in the league in terms of arm talent and, despite a coaching change, should still be the focal point of the offense.
This is now two years in a row Rodgers suffered through an injury-plagued season, though, as mentioned, he did appear in all 16 games in 2018. And with Mike McCartney now gone, Rodgers could be reigned in slightly by the new staff, which could feature the running game a little more.
2019 Bottom Line
Rodgers should be on the same page more often with his young receiving corps, which will help out greatly with his 2019 stats. He's a great candidate for a bounce-back season. As mentioned, he remains one of the top-two arm talents in the league. Take advantage of his down season to grab him a little later than usual. His current ADP is around rounds 5 or 6, which is a steep fall for this Hall of Fame talent.