Two days later, in a game between the Broncos and Packers, Rodgers went absolutely silly.
Finishing with a quarterback rating of 134.5, Rodgers threw for 400 yards and four touchdowns, while rushing for two more on the ground.
In hindsight, the acquisition of Rodgers came at a steep price considering Texans WR Andre Johnson injured his hamstring in the following game. But with a team boasting a receiving corps of Larry Fitzgerald, Calvin Johnson and Dez Bryant, I’m not too concerned.
Aaron Rodgers is the best QB in fantasy football, the road through the league championship goes through me.
This installment of Musts, Trusts and Busts features bye-week fill-ins as well as big name byes.