Congratulations to those of you who added Brandon Jackson this week. He gets a horrible Bills defense this week and after a tough matchup against the Bears next week, he’ll get the Lions for the first time this season.
As you could guess, he’s projected for a big fantasy day this week in Green Bay.
Just like we did for last week’s projections, 2009 statistics factor in significantly but Week 1 provides added depth. Again, this is no perfect model. There are many improvements that could be made but we had relatively good accuracy with it last week despite the flaws. Translation: Use these at your own discretion but they should be pretty darn good.
The Packers are projected to win 23-16. The Bill might be lucky to score 10.
Not a particularly great matchup for Aaron Rodgers, but the Green Bay ground game is going to have one of those days.
C.J. Spiller’s debut got out of hand in a bad way last week and there’s no way he finds his way this week against the Packers. In fact, no Bills player is a good start this week.
Aaron Rodgers, GB: 20-33, 204, TD, INT
Trent Edwards, BUF: 18-32, 174, TD, INT, 10 rush yards
Brandon Jackson, GB: 120 yards, TD; 1 catch, 10 receiving yards
C.J. Spiller, BUF: 35 yards, 4 catches, 35 receiving yards
Fred Jackson, BUF: 35 yards, 2 catches, 15 receiving yards
Marshawn Lynch, BUF: 15 yards, 1 catch, 5 receiving yards
John Kuhn, GB: 15 yards
Greg Jennings, GB: 7-70
Donald Driver, GB: 6-55
Lee Evans, BUF: 5-50
Steve Johnson, BUF: 3-40
Roscoe Parrish, BUF: 1-10, TD
James Jones, GB: 3-10
Jordy Nelson, GB: 1-5
Jermichael Finley, GB: 4-60, TD
David Nelson, BUF: 3-20
Mason Crosby, GB: 2 FG, 2 XP
Rian Lindell, BUF: 1 FG, 2 XP
Packers: 3 sacks, INT (point and yardage bonuses?)
Bills: 3 sacks, INT