Rodgers has now thrown multiple TD passes in four straight games and has 26 total TDs in 13 starts this year. He was inaccurate in many of his throws during the 24-21 loss to Houston last week, but still finished with 295 yards passing and two TDs. The Packers' playoff hopes are dead now, but look for the offense to continue to excel under Rodgers, including this week at Jacksonville.
Grant should top the 1,000-yard mark this week as he enters the game just 20 yards short after posting his third 100-yard rushing game of the season. Grant ran for 104 yards and a score last week against Houston, his fourth rushing TD in the last seven games. Look for Grant to have continued success this week as the Jaguars rank 18th in the NFL against the run.
The Packers talked about working Jackson into the offense more last week and instead he had no rushes and just two catches for six yards. He's not fantasy worthy this week either as Grant is fully recovered from his previous hand injury.
Jennings had his string of consecutive games with a TD catch snapped at three last week by Houston, but a gorgeous 65-yard reception did set up a touchdown run by Grant. Jennings was held to just two catches for 74 yards last week, but he's having a Pro Bowl season and should get back into the scoring column this week at Jacksonville.
Driver was held to three catches for 75 yards without a score by Houston last week, but he would have finished with over 100 yards if not for an offensive pass interference call in the first quarter. Driver continues to be a worthy play in Point-Per-Reception leagues and against the Jaguars' 14th ranked passing defense he will find a way to put up solid numbers once again.
Nelson is clearly the No. 3 wideout in Green Bay, surpassing James Jones, and he came through last week with his second TD reception of the season, a 9-yard pass from Aaron Rodgers. The 2008 No. 1 pick had three catches for 25 yards and should repeat those numbers again this week, without the score. He's not fantasy worthy yet, but in the long run he will be a steady wideout.
Lee had three catches for 48 yards and a TD last week against Houston and he has now had a TD catch in each of the Packers' last five home games. He has now scored a TD in three of his last four games and is a worthy play on the road this week as well.
Crosby didn't have a FG attempt last week and was held to just three extra points, the second time in the last three weeks he's been held to just three points. He's over 100 points for the season, but last week was a clunker.
The Packers' defense gave up 549 total yards to Houston and their special teams had a kickoff return for a TD called back because of a holding call. The Packers continue to force turnovers even as teams move up and down the field on them with regularity.
Garrard's disappointing season continued last week at Chicago as he completed just 19-of-38 passes for 178 yards, a TD and one interception. Garrard has only 11 TD passes on the season and he has three TD passes and five interceptions in his last four games. He's going against a bad Packers' pass defense right now, but without WR Matt Jones he's not a worthy fantasy play in Week 15.
Jones-Drew caught his first TD pass of the season last week at Chicago to give him an even dozen total TDs for 2008. He caught a four-yard TD strike from David Garrard as he had seven receptions for 47 yards and 12 carries for 55 yards. The Packers have just been brutal recently against the run, so look for Jones-Drew to have a big game on the ground and through the air in Week 15.
Taylor had 13 carries for 53 yards last week against Chicago and now has 120 yards rushing in the last two games. He's not a worthy fantasy play this week, but with the Packers allowing over 140 yards per game and ranking 27th vs. the run, Taylor should team up with Jones-Drew for a solid game this week.
With Matt Jones suspended for the rest of the season, Walker will have to step into the starting lineup and make things happen. He's been sidelined by a knee injury most of this season, but he showed good promise earlier in the year in games against Houston and Pittsburgh. He's an interesting prospect for the stretch run, but don't commit to him until you know he's ready to play on that bum knee.
Lewis hasn't caught a TD pass in the last seven games and had just four catches for 43 yards last week vs. Chicago. The Packers have struggled all year long defending the tight end, so maybe this is the week that Lewis breaks that streak. Nah, don't count on it.
The meek Jaguars' defense had just one sack and one interception last week at Chicago and hasn't been fantasy worthy down the stretch. They should be able to apply some pressure on Aaron Rodgers this week, but getting turnovers won't be easy.