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Fantasy fallout: 'Buyer beware' on Packers receivers, Anthony Miller, Sammy Watkins

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Orlovsky close to calling Minshew better than Mayfield (0:57)

Dan Orlovsky says Baker Mayfield has to be better for the Browns to be successful and feels he is one week away from calling Gardner Minshew the better QB. (0:57)

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We should have known Aaron Rodgers would do this.

Surely, the Green Bay Packers quarterback was fueled by all of the fantasy analysts who ranked him outside of the top 10 QBs this season when he exploded for 364 yards and four touchdown passes in Sunday's 43-34 win over the Minnesota Vikings.

Not only did he connect with go-to guy Davante Adams for a whopping 14 catches, 156 yards and two TDs, but he also hit Marquez Valdes-Scantling for 4-96-1 and Allen Lazard for 4-63-1.

As ESPN Packers reporter Rob Demovsky wrote, "Who said Aaron Rodgers needed more weapons?"

In that article, Demovsky pointed out that Rodgers had praised Valdes-Scantling just last week for being the "receiver that I've been most impressed with, especially the last week, 10 days of camp."

But does that mean you should use a top waiver claim or a big chunk of your free-agent acquisition budget to grab a piece of this passing-game juggernaut while you still can?

Not necessarily.