Rodgers should bounce back from last year’s QB15 finish (No. 23 in per game average) since he’ll have a better set of weapons and is more motivated given a big change in scenery. Last year’s struggles can be mostly attributed to the loss of Davante Adams which left Rodgers with a less talented and pretty inexperienced receiving corps. Garrett Wilson gives Rodgers a stud WR1, while Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb offer familiarity. Rodgers posted the No. 11 passing grade at PFF, which is encouraging when projecting his potential 2023 production.