Both Rodgers and Lacy underwhelmed in 2015, yet they still put up top-10 caliber production as a pair. Rodgers struggled without his favorite target, Jordy Nelson, and averaged 6.7 yards per pass attempt, his lowest mark since becoming a starter. Still, Mr. Discount Double Check tossed 31 touchdowns and eight interceptions, ranking ninth in PFF’s quarterback grades.
Though he ruffled the feathers of countless fantasy owners, Lacy actually received a favorable grade by PFF, ranking 15th among all running backs. James Starks played 68 more snaps than Lacy, but the former Alabama star led the team in carries and rushing yards, and also had a much higher PFF grade. Lacy posted career lows in carries, rushing yards, yards per attempt and touchdowns, falling well short of preseason expectations, yet he still remained an important piece of Green Bay’s offense.