November 28, 2022

Take a look at who has been trending up and down over the past week in Wisconsin sports, including Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, receivers Sammy Watkins, Badgers and Bucks forwards Tyler Wahl and Bobby Portis.

allaron Rodgers, Packers Quarterback (DOWN ⬇)

Rogers is the worst. Three interceptions on Sunday brought his season from nine to seven total. In some respects, his most INT of any season was 16 games out of 13 in 2008, a first for a starting pitcher. The timing of Rogers’ pick against Detroit was unimaginably ugly. From Detroit’s 1-yard line, the first bounced off the defender’s helmet and the second went into the hands of Aidan Hutchinson, the second overall pick. … left tackle David Bakhtiari (5th Lions), 3rd 3rd Mistake 22nd Detroit 22nd Robert Tonyan (single player after Packers cornerback Jaire Alexander intercepts Lions QB Jared Goff) . It’s not very similar to Rogers’ MVP. He will continue to receive passes from critics for his second-class pass catcher and an offensive line that seems to send out five new starters every week. It’s crazy, but it’s an undeniable fact. Rogers, 39, has never played this badly since his 25-year-old season.

rainobby Portis, Bugs Forward (UP ⬆)

Earlier this week we came up with a new nickname for Portis: Chairman of the Board. Anyway, here we will give you a point. In 10 competitions this season, the Fortis are averaging 11.1 rebounds. His batting average per 36 minutes was 15.7, breaking his previous career high of 12.2 in Milwaukee’s NBA Finals winning season. Portis, known as Chairman of the Board, posted a career high 21 rebounds against Oklahoma City on Saturday. Only six other Bucks including Andrew Bogut, Ersan Ilyasova, Larry Sanders, John Henson, Zaza Pachulia and Giannis Antetokounmpo have scored 20 or more in a game since 2010. Another reason to love Portis.

sammy Watkins, Packers Wide Receiver (DOWN ⬇)

Romeo Doubs, one of Green Bay’s three rookie wide receivers, was sort of a savior, but could miss a long time with a high ankle sprain. Another second rounder, Christian Watson, doesn’t seem to get rid of the injury bug. A few months ago, the above could point to a significant opportunity for Watkins, one of the rare veterans of Green Bay’s receptive unit. Now we are waiting for Watkins to give up and the Packers to sign free agent WR Odell Beckham Jr. No, I’m not joking. In five games this season, the 29-year-old has made 10 catches from 159 yards on 17 targets. He played 70% of O snaps when he was available. Pro Football Focus ranked Watkins’ 92 wide receiver out of 114. He was recognized as a pair of drops against Detroit and ran. Well, I’m not sure if he’ll label it because it was definitely not a route. Green Bay’s last game Sunday.

bloodEckers Running Bag (DOWN ⬇)

Aaron Jones injured his left ankle in the third quarter in Detroit on Sunday. The test results are clear and he has a chance to play in Dallas and Week 10. AJ Dillon is healthy as far as we know, but looks like he’s in a kennel. He or she can’t believe he or she led Green Bay at the rushing yards last season and expected it to be a sophomore. In a 15-9 loss to the Lions, Jones used 30 snaps to lock nine times over 25 yards (2.78 Y/A) and catch an additional 20 passes. Dillon converted 49 snaps into 13 touches over 44 yards, the season’s highest number and possession (66%). Weak production is not our biggest concern. Check out how Jones and Dillon got along in the Red Zone this season. They won 51 yards through 21 carry (2.43 Y/A) and recorded just two touchdowns. that’s dirty

teayler Wahl, Badgers Forward (UP ⬆)

Senior Wal, who averaged 11.4 points and 5.9 rebounds last year, played a major role in Wisconsin’s 2022-23 season. In Monday’s 85-59 win over South Dakota, Wahl led the Badgers scorer with 19 points on 5 of 11 shots and caught a game-high 10 rebounds, collecting his fifth career double-double. Wahl added four assists in 27 minutes and both teams are first. For reference, he has career highs of 23, 15 and 6.

Jayordan Love, Packers Quarterback (UP ⬆)

Packers linebacker De’Vondre Campbell said of Love, the 26th overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, at Clubhouse Live: “He’s a starting quarterback. He’s better than a lot of starting quarterbacks.” Dallin Leavitt, who recently signed as a safe free agent and joined Love, added: He shows us who we really are [does] Pretty impressive stuff.” Love has completed 42 of 71 passes, two touchdowns and three interceptions in 484 yards over the past two seasons in spot action. Our takes? Will be because he’s been traded to a new team or Rogers are finally taking his last snap as an NFL QB.

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