Fantasy Football: The Top 10 Quarterbacks You Should Target

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3) Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay. If the Packers hadn’t lost Greg Jennings, Rodgers would probably be second. He may still be the safer, more conventional pick, but I worry about how many hits he takes in the pocket. He has been sacked 87 times in the last two seasons. Eventually, the odds are going to work against him, and he is due to miss some time because of all those hits. His passing yards dropped by about 400 yards last season although he is still a touchdown horse. I am not 100% sold on his receiving corps but he doesn’t have a proven producer in the running game either. Rodgers usually racks up a few yards rushing himself, just as a bonus to his awesome passing numbers. The Packers will pass it a lot, so Rodgers is still an elite fantasy quarterback and should be taken early in the first round.