Current ADP: 73.2 (QB10)
Aaron Rodgers was once a popular choice in fantasy football during his prime years with the Green Bay Packers. Even back in 2016, Rodgers was the highest-scoring quarterback in fantasy football at 33 years old.
However, that was when Rodgers had a wide receiver trio of Jordy Nelson, Davante Adams, and Randall Cobb at his disposal. While Adams was his No. 1 target in 2019, Rodgers doesn’t have much else to work with. And the Packers didn’t do much to help him this offseason either.
Last season, Rodgers finished as QB10 despite the deficiencies at wide receiver. Unless Allen Lazard has a breakout season in 2020 — which is possible — it’s hard to envision Rodgers remaining a top 10 option in fantasy football this season.
As he enters his 16th season with the Packers, Rodgers is currently being taken at an ADP of 73.2 and is the 10th quarterback off of the board. Given their current situations, it’d be better to take Matt Ryan, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, and Matthew Stafford — who are all being taken after Rodgers —before Green Bay’s longtime leader on offense.