Last year wasn’t quite the year fantasy owners were expecting when using a rather pricy selection on Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers . He still ended the year as QB7, but they didn’t expect his fantasy points per drop back metric to rank outside the top-20 at his position, per Pro Football Focus. For what it’s worth, in this particular department, Rodgers’ 0.46 fantasy points per drop back was closer to Kirk Cousins (0.45) and Marcus Mariota (0.45), rather than amongst the players he was drafted around, notably Deshaun Watson (0.55) and Russell Wilson (0.61), per Pro Football Focus. The interesting thing is that the 2018 version of Rodgers we saw was statistically similar to prior seasons, it was just the touchdown rate that did him in. In fact, he averaged more yards per game last season than he did averaging in the three seasons prior (2015-2017). However, the significant reduction in passing touchdowns pushed him down to just 25 touchdown passes. That mark was the lowest mark he’s...