Author: Jordon Lawrenz

Hello! My name is Jordon Lawrenz, and I’m a 20 year old aspiring sports broadcaster. Journalism has always been a passion of mine as well, which is why I’m obtaining a double emphasis major from UWGB, focused on sports broadcasting and journalism. I’ve been doing color commentary and play by play for local high school basketball and football games on the radio for the past three years, all thanks to Seehafer Broadcasting.

Do we lose at home? Absolutely not! Especially not to the Vikings. The Packers clinched the #1 seed after their victory, hopefully allowing Rodgers to have a few weeks off.. If he wants them. It seems like Rodgers will be playing for at least a half on Sunday, but who knows! Week 18 in fantasy is a complete toss up, but let’s recap this past week before we get to that! NOTE: The scoring is based on PPR through NFL Fantasy. Please keep that in mind as the numbers might be slightly different from a Fantasy league you’re in! Aaron Rodgers:…

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Christmas could’ve taken a turn for the worse is the Packers suffered their first home loss of the season, but thankfully that wasn’t the case! The Packers defense had themselves a day, but the offense was rather non-existent in the second half. Baker Mayfield had one of, if not the worst game of his career, while Aaron Rodgers was rather average. This Packers team continues to win close, so how did this performance end up for your fantasy team? NOTE: The scoring is based on PPR through NFL Fantasy. Please keep that in mind as the numbers might be slightly different…

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It was a little more stressful than it needed to be down the final stretch, but they got the job done! The Packers now solely hold the #1 seed in the NFC thanks to both the Cardinals and Bucs losing. It was a very low scoring week for fantasy players, so let’s see how the Packers did! NOTE: The scoring is based on PPR through NFL Fantasy. Please keep that in mind as the numbers might be slightly different from a Fantasy league you’re in! Aaron Rodgers: 23.82 Points Another day, another masterful performance by the future back to back NFL…

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Coming off the bye week, the Packers rebounded well in terms of fantasy output! Aaron Rodgers is having the time of his life, bad toe and all. AJ Dillon continues to impress, and Allen Lazard really stepped up here. The Packers lost Randall Cobb for a few weeks, but they still have the necessary weapons to win out. Let’s take a look at the fantasy performances from Week 14! NOTE: The scoring is based on PPR through NFL Fantasy. Please keep that in mind as the numbers might be slightly different from a Fantasy league you’re in! Aaron Rodgers: 29.64 Points…

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Seemingly everyone was picking the Packers to get the job done, and they did just that!! The Packers victory over the Rams felt a lot more one sided than the score indicated. This Rams team just hasn’t been the same in recent weeks, and their bye obviously didn’t fix those problems. The Packers offense continues to look great, but is consistently leaving points on the table. After an absolutely massive amount of fantasy points last week, let’s see if they did the same from this win! NOTE: The scoring is based on PPR through NFL Fantasy. Please keep that in…

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While the Packers came out on the losing end, fantasy owners were more than happy with the performance of some of the players. Aaron Rodgers had what some are saying was his best game of the year, even with the toe injury. Adams and MVS were lights out targets, but it was the defense this time who let Packer fans down. Enough of the intro, let’s see who scored what! NOTE: The scoring is based on PPR through NFL Fantasy. Please keep that in mind as the numbers might be slightly different from a Fantasy league you’re in! Aaron Rodgers: 33.50…

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Aaron Rodgers returned from the COVID list, but sadly didn’t deliver a lights out performance. The lights were indeed out for the Seahawks, as they were shutout. This was a very interesting game for the Packers, as the score indicated a dominant win, but it was really just based around two late AJ Dillon touchdowns. Let’s get into these fantasy scores! NOTE: The scoring is based on PPR through NFL Fantasy. Please keep that in mind as the numbers might be slightly different from a Fantasy league you’re in! Aaron Rodgers: 10.48 Points Stats wise, it was far from an awful…

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Sunday afternoon was The Jordan Love show, and I know some would love to say it was a failed experiment. Some are much more optimistic, as am I. It was Love’s first start, and he will only get better with time. As expected, the Packers fantasy performance was severely affected by the QB change! Time to take a look at the numbers. NOTE: The scoring is based on PPR through NFL Fantasy. Please keep that in mind as the numbers might be slightly different from a Fantasy league you’re in! Jordan Love: 11.90 Points Everyone has their own opinion on Jordan…

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Does Aaron Rodgers need his top three receivers to defeat an unbeaten team? Absolutely not! The Packers pulled off a huge “upset” win this past Thursday over the Arizona Cardinals. Enough people have talked about how Adams, Lazard, and MVS were all out in the game, so that won’t be the focus here. If you’re a fantasy football player who wanted some points from Randall Cobb, you sure got them! Tonyan being out for the year could affect your lineup, so let’s get right to it. NOTE: The scoring is based on PPR through NFL Fantasy. Please keep that in…

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In a game full of booth reviews, injuries, and blocked kicks, the Packers beat yet another opponent as they ready themselves for the unbeaten Cardinals. Aaron Rodgers put on a clinic at home against Washington, and the defense really stood out as well. We all know how much this team has been banged up, yet they still hold a 6-1 record. Impressive, to say the least! Now, let’s see how impressive these fantasy numbers were. NOTE: The scoring is based off of PPR through NFL Fantasy. Please keep that in mind as the numbers might be slightly different from a…

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