Rodgers has never finished outside of the top 10 when he plays at least 15 games, though I’m seeing some analysts argue that Rodgers is no longer a fantasy QB1. I’d argue that his No. 10 finish in 2019 wasn’t necessarily a sign of his decline since it was his first year in a new offense and the Packers’ rushing touchdowns spiked (to 18, from 14 the year before). Green Bay is likely to face negative game scripts more often in 2020 and Rodgers’ numbers could increase as a result.
Sep 25 · 6:59 PM EDT