1. Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay Packers at Buffalo Bills

On paper, Rodgers is not having that bad a season. Take away the best receiver in the league and one should expect some drop off. Still, Rodgers has 11 touchdowns with three picks. He’s averaging 228.1 passing yards and 1.5 touchdowns per game. Not that bad, but again, we are used to seeing those averages higher.

Where he could be doing a lot better is in his situational passing. Rodgers’ QB Rating is 94.9 which is the lowest it’s been since 2015 and for the first time in five seasons where he is in danger of missing 4,000 yards passing. Can he turn it around against the Bills? Well, he had trouble against Washington and he has yet to throw a 20-point game, so the answer is no.