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Below you will find our 2022 fantasy football projections for the Green Bay Packers.
Aaron Rodgers: While the reigning NFL MVP is back in Green Bay in 2022, the team's top playmaker isn't. Rodgers finished last season as fantasy's QB5, but Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs and Sammy Watkins won't make up for the loss of a difference maker like Davante Adams (and Marquez Valdez-Scantling).
Aaron Jones: A career-low four rushing touchdowns combined with a career-high six receiving touchdowns last season extended Jones' streak of double-digit touchdowns to three seasons. That said, Jones set three-year lows in touches (223), scrimmage yards (1,190) and touchdowns (10) in 2021. Even so, Jones still finished as a top-12 fantasy running back last season after a pair of top-five seasons the two years before.
A.J. Dillon: With Jamaal Williams off to Detroit, Dillon finished as fantasy's RB23 in half-PPR scoring formats in 2021. While he played two more games than Jones, his touches (221) and scrimmage yards (1,116) were nearly identical to Jones (223, 1,190) last season. Matt LaFleur recently referred to Jones and Dillon as "1A and 1A."
Allen Lazard: Lazard set career highs in receptions (40), yards (513) and touchdowns (eight) in 2021. While he has missed eight games over the past two seasons, he'll easily set new career highs in catches and yards as long as his health cooperates in 2022.
Christian Watson: The son of a former NFL safety, Watson makes the jump from the FCS to catching passes from Aaron Rodgers. Watson's combination of size (6' 4", 208 pounds) and speed (4.36 40-yard dash) is intriguing and he has the potential to emerge as a more useful fantasy option as the season progresses.
Romeo Doubs: A fourth-round pick out of Nevada, Doubs has impressed early in training camp, as ESPN's Rob Demovsky writes the rookie "looks NFL-ready" and was "star" early on in training camp practices. In addition, Aaron Rodgers talked about how expectations are "not going to be the standard for a normal rookie" with Doubs. There is an opportunity for Doubs to considerably exceed expectations as a rookie.
Robert Tonyan: Missing more than half of 2021, Tonyan's per-game targets remained nearly identical compared to 2020. That said, his catch rate plummeted from 88.1% (2020) to 62.1% (2021) and touchdown regression hit hard. After scoring 11 times (1 TD per 4.7 receptions) in 2020, he converted only two of his 18 catches into touchdowns last season. Given that Davante Adams is now in Vegas, there is some upside from his mid-tier TE2 ADP.
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