Titans vs. Packers: Fantasy 101

The Green Bay Packers defeated the Tennessee Titans 40-14 on a snowy, chilly Sunday Night at Lambeau Field.


QB Aaron Rodgers threw three 1st half TD's while rookie RB AJ Dillon had his best day as a pro. Here’s the fantasy recap from the Week 16 matchup.


GREEN BAY PACKERS (12-3)



QB AARON RODGERS

  • (21-for-25, 231 passing yards and 4 TDs)


The snow didn’t bother Rodgers one bit as the veteran QB came out en fuego on the frozen tundra Sunday night. He did most of his damage in the first half as he found his favorite target WR Davante Adams for two TD and another to WR Equanimeous St. Brown as the team scored a TD on its first three drives. Rodgers final TD came on its first drive of the second half where Adams was wide open in the middle of the end-zone and hauled in his 3rd TD of the game.


Rodgers continued his dominance as he has all season long. He’s now thrown 4 TDs in 6 games this season and has the Packers on the cusp of their second straight 13-3 season. The long-time Packer now boasts an incredible 44:5 TD/INT ratio and should be the frontrunner for the MVP. If your fantasy playoffs go into week 17, Rodgers is a top-5 play and a must start at the position against the Chicago Bears.



RB AJ DILLON

  • 21 carries for 124 rushing yards, 2 rushing TD's and a catch for 5 yards


With starting RB Aaron Jones leaving early in the first half and backup RB Jamaal Williams ruled out, Dillon gashed the Titans defense all-night long. Seeing his first major workload all season, the rookie didn’t disappoint with a season-high in attempts (24 carries coming into tonight) and yards (115 rushing yards in 7 games) including his first two TD's as a pro. He was the definition of a bruiser as he broke multiple tacklers and evaded defenders from the jump.


With Jones clearly not 100% and Williams still dealing with a quad injury, Dillon is a must-add in my eyes. The Packers are still gunning for the top seed in the NFC and most likely won’t sit their starters barring something unforeseen happening which means Dillon could be in line for a huge role if Jones and Williams don’t play. Stash Williams as a potential league winner in week 17.



WR Davante Adams

  • 11 catches for 146 yards and 3 TD's

I mean what more is there to say about Adams? After one of his worst performances in fantasy last week that potentially could’ve costed you a title berth, Adams responded in a huge way on Sunday night. The 7th year WR was open all night long as he consistently burned the Titans woeful secondary. It was Adams’ second game with 3 TD's, fifth game with multiple TD's, and he has now caught a TD in 10 of 13 games this season. Truly remarkable consistency we rarely see from the position. It makes you think how much better the season could've been if he didn’t miss weeks 3-4 with an injury.


Adams now has the league-lead with (and career high) 17 TD receptions (2nd most in team history) and is only 3 catches and 59 yards from setting career-highs in both receptions and yards. If Rodgers’ and Adams’ play next week, the 28-year-old should be the top WR on the board.


TENNESSEE TITANS (10-5)