Grading the Packers Offensive Stars Through the 2022 Season

Aaron Rodgers: C-
Without doubt this a down year for Rodgers but that isn’t entirely his fault seeing as the team was waiting for one of the receivers to pick up where Davante Adams left off.

Rodgers is currently tied fourth overall in the league for touchdown passes and sits 12th in the league in passing yards with 2,864.

However there have been particularly poor moments from Rodgers with the missed throws late against the Titans springing to mind as well as the entire game in Detroit.

We’ve also seen massive increase of interceptions to what we’re used to seeing which shows up in his QBR (41.9) which is 26th best in the league.

Aaron Jones: B-
When used in the correct way Aaron Jones is one the leagues best running backs unfortunately the offensive scheme just hasn’t involved him enough for him to be able to show how good he is.

But with 5.3 yards per carry ranking among the highest of the league’s starting running backs and a total of 847 there’s no doubt that Jones has a good season so far but we all know that’s still more to come from him.

Allen Lazard: C
Lazard has a had a steady year up til week 14 leading the team in both receptions (45) and yards (620 which you normally would be fairly content with.

However with the expectations on the team going into the year you want your leading receiver to perform better from what we’ve seen from Lazard this year.

Christian Watson: C+
The only thing stopping Christian Watson from having a higher grade was his poor start to the season with the drop against the Vikings particularly sticking out.

However the last 5 games from Christian Watson have been nothing short of absolutely sensational putting up 7 receiving touchdowns while adding a further rushing score.

Watson has now firmly put himself in the conversation for offensive rookie of the year and he currently shows no signs of slowing down (literally).

Robert Tonyan: B-
Coming off his hamstring injury he suffered at Arizona on Thursday night football in 2021 Robert Tonyan has picked up right where he left off.

While we haven’t seen to big flash plays from Tonyan this year he’s been a very reliable pair of hands which is all you can ask from a tight end in 2022.
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