Forget the Packers' schedule, or that he's got an awesome receiving duo, or weather conditions when thinking of Rodgers' potential fantasy value, and factor in his sexy distraction of a girlfriend. Fantasy owners are definitely hurting from Rodgers' production thus far. For a dude that should be a QB1 pretty much every week, Rodgers has rewarded an average of only 13 fantasy points per game. You'd have been far better off waiting until round 10 and choosing Philip Rivers, who currently ranks fourth among quarterbacks as your QB. So, fantasy owners have the right to be concerned, because Rodgers is distracted. Who wouldn't be?
At what point can I start blaming Olivia Munn for Aaron Rodgers fantasy struggles?— Tom (@TZack23) September 24, 2014
How much more can Rodgers' owners take? He's not a must-start quarterback anymore until he can put up some top-notch fantasy points. Now that we've gotten to the bottom of Rodgers' declining fantasy numbers, what is wrong with his teammate Eddie Lacy? Has Rodgers been having Lacy over to his house to talk team strategy, and is he becoming distracted too? Because as your first-round draft pick, Lacy's numbers have also been in the toilet these past three weeks. Hmmm.. Come on Rodgers - get your head back into the game. For more articles such as this, visit NFLWAGS.com
Olivia Munn: Stay away from Aaron Rodgers. You're ruining my fantasy year.— Ron Cori (@RCori) September 24, 2014