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Latest Aaron Rodgers Items
A couple of Green Bay Packer fans had no trouble coming up with a name for their son, who was born Sunday with a broken collarbone.
The fantasy football playoffs are getting close _ time to keep an extra eye out for maneuvers that seem wacky and unexpected opportunities.
3 and Out: He might not have been as dominant as he was last season, but Colin Kaepernick is still a threat for the 49ers when they face Washington.
When the Broncos meet the Chiefs on Sunday, it will be a once-in-a-generation sort of matchup.
Thanks to a broken collarbone on a run-of-the-mill sack, the Green Bay Packers are without Aaron Rodgers. Their rivals in the NFC North, the Chicago Bears, are without Jay Cutler thanks to a bum leg, which also wasn't the result of some sort of illegal hit.
Here's one way to ease your stress as fantasy football hits its crunch time: Focus only on the decisions you can control.
NFL coaches always seem keenly aware of the worst-case scenario, so it was no surprise when Detroit's Jim Schwartz brushed off any talk of his team's position in the standings.
Just like the Packers' offense, fantasy owners with Rodgers on their team are going to experience a dip in production. Even with Rodgers having a "mediocre" year, it's unlikely the backup can fill the void. If you're lucky enough to have Tony Romo or Matthew Stafford, good drafting. If not, good luck trying to grab Case Keenum or Nick Foles off the waiver wire.
Passing yardage and points are going up, up, up in the NFL, as are TV ratings and, of course, revenues. So all must be well with America's most popular sport, right? Not so fast.