Rodgers didn’t play up to his usual standards last year but still finished as the No. 6 fantasy quarterback. He gets a fresh start in a new offense as Matt LaFleur takes over as head coach. After averaged 2.27 touchdowns per game from 2014-17, his touchdown rate dropped to 1.56 per game last year (4.2% of his pass attempts, his lowest TD% since he took over as the starter in 2008). It’s likely that his touchdowns bounce back and he finishes in the top five. He has seven top two finishes in his career, so he’s certainly capable of outplaying his ADP.