In Friday's preseason game against the Oakland Raiders, Aaron Rodgers went 9-of-20 for 139 yards and two TDs. He hit Jordy Nelson in the end zone on one drive and had a quick strike to TE Andrew Quarless on another passing touchdown. The stats don't do the performance justice, as Rodgers and the rest of the Packers' offense looked in midseason form, and Rodgers has looked great all preseason. The Packers play the Chiefs in their preseason finale, but Rodgers will likely sit out.
It's very hard to decipher in fantasy whether you should take Rodgers or Peyton Manning as the first QB in the draft. At this point, you can't go wrong with either. Each looks to be in tip-top shape and should put up solid numbers every week.