Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers rebounded in a big way on Sunday against the Bears.
Rodgers completed 22-of-his-28 pass attempts for 302 yards and four touchdowns. Rodgers targeted his two big guns, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb, and they were open all day. Not that we can expect four touchdown passes per week, but this is closer to the production Rodgers will have the rest of the year. In his first three games, he played three tough pass defenses in Seattle, New York Jets and Detroit.
Packers receiver Jordy Nelson caught a team-high 10 passes on 12 targets, also a team-high, for 108 yards and two touchdowns.
Nelson is racking up the fantasy points through four weeks of the season. He and Rodgers have a clear connection and with fewer weapons to throw to for Rodgers, Nelson is going to be involved every week.