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Is Tyrod's benching a positive for fantasy leagues?

Field Yates, Mike Clay and Stephania Bell question whether Nathan Peterman becoming the starter over Tyrod Taylor will bode well for players like Charles Clay in fantasy.

When Green Bay Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone in Week 6, the immediate reaction by many looking at the value of the team’s running backs and wide receivers was panic. Most simply presumed Brett Hundley would be a terrible fantasy option (which hasn’t been the case) and the team’s weapons would flounder (that’s not exactly true, either).

Sure, those relying on Jordy Nelson might not be doing so anymore, but the Packers did have a running back rush for 131 yards and a touchdown in Hundley’s first start, and Davante Adams is coming off a 90-yard outing with a touchdown. And Nelson could easily have a relevant statistical game this Sunday. New quarterbacks don’t always wreck everything.

Now we’ve got the panicking Buffalo Bills, despite holding the final AFC playoff spot, making a voluntary quarterback change to rookie Nathan Peterman -- and