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2 years agoWhen Aaron Rodgers retires, he will be a first-ballot Hall of Fame quarterback without a question. This is why Rodgers is the only quarterback worthy of an early pick in fantasy football. Rodgers is above-and-beyond the best option at the position and the points per game disparity between him and second best is worth the early draft selection. In three of the last five seasons Rodgers has played all 16 games, however the other two years in that stretch, he has missed 16 games. In 2017 he suffered a broken collarbone and missed the majority of the season before returning for a game in December, but then being shut down for the remainder of the year following that game. He lost Jordy Nelson this offseason, but the emergence of Davante Adams allows Rodgers to still have a top-flight receiver on the offense. Randall Cobb should return to his early-career target totals with Nelson out of the picture. Additionally, the Packers added red zone monster Jimmy Graham to the fold, which should allow a strong possibility for Rodgers to return to his 2016 form of 40 touchdown passes. Consider Rodgers in the mid-to-late third round and if he makes it to the fourth round, draft him without hesitation.--Brendan Kennealy

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