2014 Fantasy Football: Predicting The Stats Of QB Aaron Rodgers

Predicting The Fantasy Stats For QB Aaron Rodgers

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To help you form your draft strategy this summer, here is a full 2014 statistical prediction for Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers.

Games Played – 16

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Games Played – 16

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Rodgers has only finished a full 16-game season once in the last four seasons, including seven games he missed last year due to a broken collarbone. Rodgers may be an elite fantasy quarterback, but he will come with a little injury concern.

Passing Yards – 4,336

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Passing Yards – 4,336

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Before last season’s debacle, A-Rod averaged 4,266 passing yards in the previous four seasons. He has become one of the safest bets to crack 4,000 yards year after year.

Touchdowns – 41

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Touchdowns – 41

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Rodgers has had just one season with 40-plus touchdowns throughout his illustrious career. Luckily, he has one of the best surrounding casts in the league and will have no problem finding the end zone this fall.

Interceptions – 9

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Interceptions – 9

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Rodgers has only thrown double-digit interceptions twice in his career, as he threw 13 picks in 2008 and 11 back in 2011. He is very safe with the football and won’t give opposing corners many chances to pick off passes in 2014.

Fumbles – 3

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Fumbles – 3

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Rodgers has fumbled the ball 12 times over the last four seasons, including an alarming three last season in just nine games. Needless to say, fantasy fans can expect A-Rod to put a couple balls on the turf this fantasy season.


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