After Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Jones and Davante Adams, who else should fantasy owners look to in Green Bay for fantasy success? SI’s Fantasy analysts break down the Packers’ fantasy outlook.
After switching from Mike McCarthy to Matt LaFleur as the head coach in Green Bay, the Packers went 13-3. Despite the wins in the standings, the fantasy production for Green Bay’s offense slipped to 15th in points scored. At quarterback, Aaron Rodgers is a future Hall of Famer, but his fantasy production has dipped over the past few seasons. SI Fantasy analyst Shawn Childs has Rodgers projected for 4,167 combined yards with 29 TDs and seven interceptions, making him the QB12 off the board (ADP 86) in the high stakes market.
Running back Aaron Jones finished as the second-highest scoring running back in 2019, but concerns about his contract status along with the Packers drafting A.J. Dillon out of Boston College leaves fantasy owners concerned about his potential production in 2020. Lastly, after Davante Adams, where will wide receiver stats come from in this offense? Davante Adams remains in the top-tier of wide receivers drafted in fantasy, but it will likely be a combination of Allen Lazard, Devin Funchess, Marques Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown to help fill out the rest.
Be sure to check out the attached video for more analysis on the 2020 fantasy outlook for the Green Bay Packers.