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Green Bay Packers QB Aaron ...
Sep 14, 2014
Rotoworld
Aaron Rodgers completed 25-of-42 passes for 346 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in Sunday's Week 2 win over the Jets.
Sep 11, 2014
FFToday
Returns to normal practice one week after concussion Packers HC Mike McCarthy: Eddie Lacy is cleared and had a normal practice (Thursday). (Green Bay Packers on Twitter) FF Today's Take: Lacy quickly passed through the league's concussion protocol and returns to what appears to be a difficult matchup on paper against the Jets. However, New York is unlikely to provide much resistance versus the Aaron Rodgers-led passing attack, meaning Lacy could have a few short-yardage scores. Barring an unlikely setback, expect RB1 numbers from the Packers' lead back in Week 2.
KFFL 11 hours ago

Packers | Aaron Rodgers keeping Jordy Nelson busy

Green Bay Packers QB Aaron ...

The Film Don't Lie: Jets

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- A weekly look at what the New York Jets must fix: Unfortunately for the Jets, there is no quick fix, especially with their upcoming schedule. After surrendering 346 passing yards to Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, the Jets face the Chicago Bears at home -- and that spells potential trouble. The Bears have the type of personnel that causes problems for the Jets, which is to say they have a capable quarterback, Jay Cutler, and two explosive receivers, Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery.
Acme Packing Company Sep 15, 2014

Stats that Tell the Story in Packers' Week 2 Win Over Jets

We look at the pressure on Aaron Rodgers, snap counts, and several other sets of numbers to get some insight into the Packers' win over the Jets. As we did last week, let's look back at a few of the stats from this week's Green Bay Packers win over the New York Jets to see how we can illustrate the results of the game through the numbers. A few categories stuck out to us this week, whether on their own or in comparison to the game against the Seahawks a week ago. Pressuring Aaron Rodgers It's worth noting that the Seahawks and Jets have very different tendencies when it comes to pressuring...

Jets' secondary can't hold up

GREEN BAY -- Aaron Rodgers to Jordy Nelson. Rodgers to Nelson. Rodgers to Nelson. It went that way all day, and the New York Jets couldn't stop it. Their revamped secondary was helpless, suffering one of the worst performances of the Rex Ryan era. Nelson caught nine passes for a career-high 209 yards, the most by a receiver against a Ryan-coached defense. It was the most prolific day for a Green Bay receiver in 18 years. "That one kid, we made him out to be Jerry Rice," Ryan said Sunday after the Jets' 31-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.

Aaron Rodgers moves on up in Packers record books, rebounds in big way

Green Bay --- On his final pass of the day, quarterback Aaron Rodgers also made a little history. His 346 passing yards in Green Bay's 31-24 win Sunday move him to No. 2 on the team's all-time list --- ahead of Bart Starr and behind Brett Favre.
Rotoworld Sep 14, 2014

Aaron Rodgers leads comeback over Jets - Aaron Rodgers (QB) Green Bay Packers

Aaron Rodgers completed 25-of-42 passes for 346 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in Sunday's Week 2 win over the Jets.
Acme Packing Company Sep 14, 2014
Packers vs. Jets, Final Score 31-24: Green Bay Dominates After Slow First Half Start

Packers vs. Jets, Final Score 31-24: Green Bay Dominates After Slow First Half Start

Aaron Rodgers found Randall Cobb twice in the end zone as the Packers excelled in the second half to defeat the New York Jets 31-24 after a slow start. After a 21-3 lead, the New York Jets fell to the Green Bay Packers by the final score of 31-24. Aaron Rodgers went 25-of-42 and passed for 346 yards as the Packers flowed back into the game to register their first win of the 2014 NFL season. Here's what happened: First half Things didn't start out the way Aaron Rodgers and the Packers' offense expected. On the very first play under center, Rodgers lost the ball as the Jets recovered the...
ESPN Fantasy Football Sep 14, 2014

Will Rex risk blitzing Rodgers?

Since Aaron Rodgers arguably is the best quarterback in the NFL, opposing defenses aren't prone to test him by blitzing over and over during a game. H...
Newsday Sep 12, 2014

Jets confident they can slow Packers' run game

Rex Ryan crowed last Sunday after his Jets' defense basically wadded up Oakland's running game like a piece of paper and threw it into a wastebasket, allowing just 25 yards rushing. Things figure to be different Sunday in Green Bay facing a great quarterback in Aaron Rodgers who can hand off to 230-pound back Eddie Lacy to keep a defense honest.
Newark Star-Ledger Sep 12, 2014

To blitz or not to blitz: What's best way for Jets to stop Aaron Rodgers?

Against one of the best quarterbacks in the league, it's pick your poison.
Acme Packing Company Sep 12, 2014

5 Things to Watch in Jets-Packers: How to Bounce Back from the Ugly Opener

Let's just pretend last week didn't happen and come up with ways to beat the Jets. Deal? If licking your wounds after a hard loss was an actual thing, the Packers would be suffering from a bad case of cotton mouth by now. Coming off a brutal second half versus the Seahawks, the Packers dust themselves off for their 2014 home opener against the Jets this week. With a loss, the Packers would fall to 0-2, which would most definitely cause the local HOT TAKE machine to overheat. That said, it kind of feels like we're due for an Aaron Rodgers everybody-shut-the-hell-up-I-got-this type of...
FFToday Sep 11, 2014

Lacy cleared for Week 2

Returns to normal practice one week after concussion Packers HC Mike McCarthy: Eddie Lacy is cleared and had a normal practice (Thursday). (Green Bay Packers on Twitter) FF Today's Take: Lacy quickly passed through the league's concussion protocol and returns to what appears to be a difficult matchup on paper against the Jets. However, New York is unlikely to provide much resistance versus the Aaron Rodgers-led passing attack, meaning Lacy could have a few short-yardage scores. Barring an unlikely setback, expect RB1 numbers from the Packers' lead back in Week 2.
Newark Star-Ledger Sep 11, 2014
Jets defensive linemen notice that Packers QB Aaron Rodgers probably won't watch them

Jets defensive linemen notice that Packers QB Aaron Rodgers probably won't watch them

The Jets' defensive front will do its best to rattle Rodgers on Sunday.

Aaron Rodgers will test Jets' secondary

Largely because of the matchup against Aaron Rodgers, the Jets find themselves as an eight-point underdog Sunday against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.

Aaron Rodgers looking mortal in big games since Super Bowl

There was time during Green Bay's run to greatness in 2010 when Aaron Rodgers could do almost no wrong — even against elite defenses. But that was just 3½ years ago. To Packer Nation, though, it probably feels like 3½ decades.

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